Co-Kitchen lunch n’ learn

Drop that greasy falafel and join the co-kitchen community lunch! Kremena will give advice, useful tips and answer all your culinary questions, while we prepare and enjoy lunch together. Leave feeling inspired and empowered to take charge of your own kitchen to create simple, delicious and healthy food every day.

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About Kremena & co-kitchen
co-kitchen is a community-oriented, collaborative kitchen which celebrates our connection to each other, to our food and to all other living beings we share the planet with. Vegan, organic, regional, fair and food-waste-conscious ingredients and processes are a given, forming a solid foundation upon which creativity roams’s founder, Kremena, is a trained computer scientist who made the obvious jump into vegan gastronomy several years ago. She is insatiably curious about all aspects of plant-based cuisine, constantly nibbling on fascinating information about preparation, nutrition, origin and sustainability. She particularly enjoys sharing food and knowledge with anyone willing to eat or listen.When she is not co-kitchening, Kremena is involved in some cool projects:

  • Projekt Habakuk, a not-for-profit organization promoting vegan gastronomy in Bern, currently organizing monthly events at the Heitere Fahne.
  • co-, a local sharing community for people in Bern interested in experimenting with a non-monetary gift economy.
  • Active member of Foodsharing in Bern


Dec workshop topics

12.12 Seitan
Seitan (not to be confused with satan) has found a place on many a hippy’s happy plates when the craving for a hearty, satisfying meat replacement kicks in. It’s made from gluten, the main protein of wheat, and is a handy, versatile thing to have up your sleeve when wooing those omnivore guests. We’ll learn how to make it from scratch, which is both cheaper and much more delicious than the sad, chewy sponges sitting on store shelves. You’ll learn a variety of applications, not least as an impressive veggie roast for your Christmas feast.
19.12 Vegan baking: Christmas cookies
Grab your rolling pin and get ready to blow everyone’s minds with a variety of delicious, nutritious, fully vegan cookies this Christmas. Yes, it’s possible, and no, it’s not hard. Cookies are a great introduction to vegan baking, and you’ll learn tips and tricks for replacing eggs, dairy and butter in traditional recipes. Gluten-free or processed-sugar-free options available on demand, just write a note in the comments when signing up. And no, we won’t only have cookies for lunch 😉
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Event Organizers

Impact Hub Bern


Date & Time

November 21 | 12:00 to 13:00


Impact Hub Bern


Entry Fee

Cost for Members: 20

Cost for Non Members: 30

Updated on 08 Dezember 2017