San Francisco, CA, August 30, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Kaz Matsune, a San Francisco Sushi Chef just started offering a team building sushi class. “I’ve been teaching cooking classes for a while and noticed that there are very few team building sushi classes out there. I have had many people asking me about it and decided to add to my list of classes,” Kaz explains. “I did one team building class last month for a law office in San Francisco. All the people attended the class told me they really had a great time making sushi and of course eating it too! It is also healthy and delicious because I bring the freshest and the best fish that I can find.”
Kaz travels to client’s offices in the Bay Area to teach the basics of sushi making, such as making of rice, knife skills, how to make California rolls and advanced skills like how to make sashimi. He brings all the ingredients needed for the class. Ingredients are very important to Kaz and in most cases, he tries to get organic and sustainable fish and vegetables as much as possible. Clients can make special requests for fish and dishes they like to make in the class.
Kaz was a sushi chef at Ozumo in San Francisco with over ten years of professional culinary experience and six years of teaching cooking classes in both US and Japan. When asked what the most important thing in cooking is, Kaz says, “It’s a joy - to enjoy cooking and have fun doing it. That is the most important thing. I want people to feel that in my class.”
For more information about Kaz’s sushi making class, visit him at: http://www.teachstreet.com/teacher/kaz-matsune/classes or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org