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If you want to take your vegan cooking to the next level, these vegan cooking classes are the best way.

Our offerings will satisfy all your vegan desires.

Learn to cook those dishes that you love at restaurants in our cooking classes.

At Vegan Life Feed Culinary School, we believe in science and the undeniable evidence supporting the benefits of whole-food, plant-based cuisine.

Delicious Vegan Soups

Roasted Garlic and Leek Soup

If there’s a tried-and-true recipe, it’s this soup, with a combination of soft sweet potatoes, leeks, and a whole head of garlic feel. Toss some homemade croutons on top and cozy up to a (figuratively) warmer winter.

African Peanut Stew With Eggplant and Okra

This dish has convinced us that peanut butter belongs in soup. Maybe in all soups. Maybe in everything. Rich, nutty, spicy, and loaded with good-for-you veggies that are packed with flavor, this dazzling peanut soup is perfect for when you want to add a little extra flavor to your night.

Creamy Vegan Mushroom and Thyme Soup

Don’t be fooled—there’s no cream here. Blended mushrooms, parsley, and thyme come together for a subtly spiced soup that warms the whole body. Pair with a toasted baguette or arugula salad for a flavorful and filling lunch.

Yummy Vegan Desserts

Lemon Raspberry Cheesecake

These snack bites are completely vegan thanks to ingredients, like unsalted cashews, coconut oil, lemon juice and frozen raspberries. Stock up your freezer with a double batch to keep your sweet tooth satisfied.

No-Bake Chocolate Crunch Brownies

There's nothing sinister about these no-bake fudgy brownies. Made with good-for-you ingredients like dates, raw cocoa and natural peanut butter, they'll fuel your body instead of tiring it out.

The Best Vegan Cheesecake

Sitting on a homemade maple graham crust is a decadent, delicious filling made from silken tofu. This fully vegan dessert feels rich yet is light, and can be finished with whichever topping you love.

Vegan Cooking For Beginners.

Use Olive Oil

Adding even just a little of olive oil can bring out the flavors of a dish. Obviously, it’s easy to go overboard on this. I’ve found that a little dab will do, but I do love the flavors it adds. I’ve used olive oil on Hummus, Pastas, and even cakes!

Beans!

Our favorite beans are black beans but we also use chickpeas, pinto beans, and kidney beans. And sometimes it’s just fun to try different kinds of beans to mix things up. You can’t deny the amazing flavor in each bite!

Just Say "Cheese"

You can buy vegan parmesan, or make homemade vegan parmesan. I recommend having some on hand to sprinkle over your recipes. Also, yeast flakes (sometimes referred to as nooch) is great stuff to have around. You can buy it in most grocery stores and it’s perfect for providing a slightly nutty, cheesy flavor to most dishes

Charlotte Lavigne

Founder of Vegan Life Feed Culinary School

If you’re looking for vegan cooking lessons, these vegan classes are the best way to uplevel your vegan cooking skills. We pride ourselves on providing students with the support they need to become better, more confident cooks.

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