Rouxbe, the leading online culinary school, announced the launch of a newly refreshed Plant-Based Pro course, a six-month intensive program focused on teaching home cooks and professionals the fundamentals of plant-based cooking. The course is available for sale starting today, with the inaugural course launching on December 31st. Students complete Plant-Based Pro online with instructor support and grading on their own time, and from anywhere.
“Plant-based foods have a place in everyone's diet, whether people adhere to it as a lifestyle or just one night a week,” said Dan Marek, Director of Culinary & Development at Rouxbe. “The updated Plant-Based Pro course includes core lessons derived from our deep foundation and expertise in putting plants front and center, along with the latest innovations in plant-based cooking and the necessary techniques that make cooking easier. It’s an incredible, all-encompassing course that students can utilize if they are looking to secure a culinary job, advance in one they already have, or simply want to become more well-informed as they cook for themselves at home.”
New content for the course includes:
Basics of Smartphone Photography - Learn everything from setting your scene, lighting and lens basics
Fermentation - Tips and tricks for working with cabbages, pickles, dips and drinks
Cooking with meat substitutes - Including seitan, jackfruit, mushrooms, falafel and more
Grilling - From smoking to grilling vegetables, fruit and plant-based proteins
Bread Making - Covering fermentation, proofing, and shaping
World flavors - Lessons on foods from India, China, Africa, Mexico and the Middle East
Desserts - An added section of fun, easy to make fruit-forward dishes
Beyond these new additions, the course offers a true foundation for plant-based cooking. Lessons covered vary from plant-based nutrition and knife skills to culinary wellness, plant-based staples and meal planning.
The cost of the course is $1,799.99 but Rouxbe is offering a special introductory price of $1,549.99 through 2021. The course provides 6 college credits through ACE and is industry recognized as a quality training program by the American Culinary Federation (ACFEF), WorldChefs and Association of Nutrition & Foodservice Professionals(ANFP).
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