What’s It Like To Take A Vegan Cooking Class in Ubud?

During our three-week stay in Bali we couldn’t get enough of the island’s amazing food, so it was fitting that our last day there we took a vegan cooking class in Ubud!

We signed up for the class through Pemulan Bali Farm Cooking School after reading a lot of good things about them online.

Vegan Cooking Class Ubud, Bali

They picked us up from our hotel in Ubud, stopped for a quick photo opp at the Tegallalang Rice Terrace, then brought us to a local market where our guide and instructor Made told us all about the Balinese fruit, vegetables, herbs, and spices we’d be using to cook later in the day. It was a great start to the day!

Once we arrived at the cooking school we took a tour of their organic farm while we picked several vegetables and herbs that we used in our dishes. Talk about farm to table fresh food!

We ended up making seven different things including five dishes, a spice paste, and a dessert. As much as we loved the food in Bali, we both agree that this was some of the best we had…and we made it ourselves! (Although Made definitely helped guide us a lot, haha!)

It truly was one of the highlights of our time on the island and we are excited to try some of these meals and techniques when we get back to the US!

A big thank you to Pemulan Bali Farm Cooking School for the awesome experience!

Our Video of Pemulan Bali Vegan Cooking Class in Ubud


Vegan Cooking Class in Ubud – 25 Photos

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