Plant Based Chef Matthew Kenney To Host Vegan Masterclass At Mainstream Foodie Event 'IKRA'

Top culinary experts will take part in the upcoming festival
The chef is known for his innovations in plant-based cuisine

Californian vegan chef and restaurateur Matthew Kenney will take part in a food festival in Russia next year.

The chef, who founded PLANTLAB Academy, will be part of the second IKRA mainstream foodie event which takes place between January 31 and February 4 in Sochi.

He will give a masterclass dedicated to innovations in veganism and plant-based cuisine.

Kenney is committed to innovative vegan recipes

'Culinary heritage'

According to organizers: "The festival will explore Russia’s rich culinary heritage and evolving food culture, as well as the latest global food trends.

"The four-day gastronomic celebration pairs international celebrity chefs with local culinary talent."

Kenney's masterclass will focus on modern raw vegan cuisine, as well contemporary culinary techniques.

You can find out more about the event here

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