Set Lunch,

Ep7. The Vegan Chef – Raw Chef Yin

30 May 2018

About Set Lunch

Known for his enthusiasm for food, Razif Hashim takes you on an enlightening journey into the world of the Food and Beverage industry every weekday from 11.30 am to 2 pm.

With an emphasis on nascent businesses, “The Set Lunch” brings you a range of insightful interviews from owners of small food trucks, food and technology to managers of gargantuan F&B franchises.

“The Set Lunch” expounds upon the turbulent yet rewarding F&B industry and what it takes to succeed in it.

Ep 7. The Vegan Chef – Raw Chef Yin

In this episode, eFM’s Razif Hashim meets the illustrious Raw Chef Yin! Trained at the world’s first classically structured raw and plant-based culinary school, the Matthew Kenney Culinary Academy, Chef Yin is one of Malaysia’s most prominent raw vegan chefs, and is now on a quest to inspire and encourage everyone to make healthy, energising and delicious plant-based meals. Drawing predominantly from South East Asian culinary palates, her brand now boasts a prime selection of vegan treats including cooking classes, private raw vegan dining experiences, and even a downloadable e-book!

Key Takeaways

Armed with some of the most innovative techniques on raw food preparation, Raw Chef Yin has already been crafting her very own raw recipes which have a uniquely Malaysian flavour including Raw Bunga Telang Ice Cream, Ciku Pudding with Dragon Fruit Coulis and Spicy Malaysian Mango Tartare. She is known for conducting fun, interactive food workshops, demonstrations and private consultation sessions across Asia including Singapore, Hong Kong, Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Taipei, Kuala Lumpur, Petaling Jaya, and Penang.

Fun Fact

She is the host of Malaysia’s first raw vegan “uncooking” show: VELICIOUS with Raw Chef Yin.




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One comment

  1. CS Tan says:

    I’m a 2 years old cowspiracy convert and I missed the nasi lemak at Masjid Jamek LRT station every work morning. I think there is a street food market for vegan nasi lemak or kuih at these stations. Price point is upmost important.

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