Kitchen Karate is an approach to weekly meal prep that empowers everyday people to stock their refrigerators with grab-and-go meals made to their exact specifications using only two hours of cooking time once per week.
Development of Kitchen Karate began in 2009 when founder Casey Moulton, frustrated with his failed attempts at dieting, received advice from his Crossfit instructor to begin preparing and packing his meals for the week on the weekend prior.
"There's a knowledge gap in diet advice," explains Moulton. "It's one thing to have a healthy eating plan and entirely another to implement it in real life. Kitchen Karate is designed to bridge that gap."
Moulton set a goal of creating and packing 15 perfectly proportioned meals to cover breakfast, lunch, and dinner for his 5-day workweek. As a non-chef, his initial attempts took an entire day and produced meals that were less than desirable. About those early days, Moulton says, "I learned that simply having 15 healthy meals packed for the week was not enough, I had to actually reach for them rather than my favorite take-out menus. That meant beating fast food on taste, cost, and convenience with my home cooked meals."
Knowing he needed an entirely new approach, he sought inspiration from the restaurant world where processes are in place to create a high-volume of delicious meals in a short time. Over a period of two years he adapted the practices of executive chefs, professional food buyers, prep cooks, line cooks, and even busboys and dishwashers to create a system which empowers a non-chef to create 15 restaurant-quality meals in just two hours in a regular home kitchen.
Owing to the energetic nature of the two-hour cooking session, Moulton dubbed the practice Kitchen Karate and offered to teach it out of a test kitchen in Los Angeles. Since 2012 more than one thousand students have attended the class and people from all over the world have emailed to find out when the class would come to a location near them.
Continuing to evolve the methodology of his weekly cooking practice, Moulton took the techniques beyond what he was able to teach in the 3-hour live class. This, combined with the desire to share the method with people outside of the Los Angeles area, prompted the development of the Kitchen Karate Online Course.
Casey Moulton is the founder of the Kitchen Karate approach to weekly meal prep and teacher of the online courses Four Weeks to Mastery, Around the World in 28 Days, and Four Weeks to Black Belt.
Prior to founding Kitchen Karate Moulton worked as a creative director in advertising. Long hours on the job demanded a healthy eating plan that could be implemented within a tight schedule. After developing the system he began teaching it to others. This quickly became his passion as it combines the joy of cooking, the thrill of teaching, and the meaningful experience of having a positive impact on others.
He is 43 years old and lives in Los Angeles with his wife and partner Sara Emmanuelle Moulton along with their beautiful baby girl Lucile.
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Our goal at Kitchen Karate it to help you learn fun and creative ways to prepare meals at home. However, we cannot assume responsibility for events or circumstances beyond our control. Examples of such circumstances or events may include, without limitation, risks associated with food allergies, contaminated foods, the use of sharp knives or other utensils, defective appliances, or the inattention or negligence of any person. For this reason, we require all Kitchen Karate customers to acknowledge and agree to the following as a condition of use of the Kitchen Karate service.
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