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Teaching you to be the best vegan cook ever

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Cooking up a slice of heaven, Veet in her happy place. Photo Tree Faerie.

Eve Jeffery

Walking into Veet’s kitchen you realise you could actually probably just live off the smell – the fragrance of fresh produce and warm spices hits you like a wall of promise of the delicious food within.

And Veet can teach you to have a kitchen that smells and tastes like hers.

Apart from Veets’ wonderful three day vegan foundation courses, which will resume in January 2021, and her vegan chef training that will go ahead in April to June, she is also launching her first online cooking course next month.

Veet says she loved creating the content for the online course. ‘I put so many gems in the course that will make cooking vegan food at home really easy, and above all else incredibly delicious. Filming the online course was a new experience for me, and I loved showing what I do well and that is creating delicious vegan food and teaching people how to do it!’

Veet says the course shows you how real it gets in the kitchen. ‘It’s a down-to-earth online cooking course. There are so many cooking tips to make life easier in the kitchen and also more delicious. Everything tastes amazing and I show you how to adjust flavouring for your own taste buds. The course has everything – complex meals, easy meals, meals with a few components that come together sensationally, fridge and pantry staples for those times you need a quick feed.’ And the vegan cream on the top, is she has three wonderful sweet treats, one of which – many who’ve tried it are saying – is worth buying the whole course just to learn how to make it.

If you are new to vegan cooking, or to cooking at all, what you will learn in this course could give you a menu plan of wonderful meals, snacks and sweet treats to keep you going for months.

Always pushing further ahead with her understanding of food, Veet is studying a post graduate degree in nutrition, bringing even more to each and every course she facilitates.

With vegan being the new culinary black, what is exciting about Veet’s online course is how she showcases how wonderfully creative vegan food can be. ‘You can put simple whole food ingredients together to make food that you just want to create over and over again. I also love sharing tips that help bring out people’s creativity in the kitchen.’

To find out more, visit Veet’s website: https://www.veets.com.au.


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