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ONLINE Vegan Potato Protein Training Course

Was: $581.28
Now: $293.58
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Vegan Gastronomy is the world's leading authority on the extensive capabilities of Potato Protein Isolate.  This unique ingredient made from non-GMO potatoes is Halal, Kosher, Seventh Day Adventist, and Vegan friendly. In this advanced course students learn the vast world of making allergy-free and healthy advanced recipes using the simple yet revolutionary Potato Protein. 

INCLUDED IN COURSE

ONLINE Live or Recorded (your choice) video training sessions and presentation material including health information, techniques, and recipes.

Sample sizes of the following products are included in the ONLINE training package:

  • Potato Protein 300 - Egg White Replacement
  • Potato Protein 200 - Whole Egg Replacement
  • Spread - Cream Cheese and Spreadable fat textures
  • Melt - Meltable textures
  • Slice - Sliceable texture for making deli meats, cheese, and desserts

Note: please allow up to 4 weeks for delivery outside of Europe. 

COURSE OVERVIEW

Learn the world of making Vegan dairy-free, nut-free, gluten-free, and soy-free recipes including plant milks, high protein smoothies, diet drinks, body building protein drinks, yogurts, creams, pastry icings, cheeses, meats including ground beef, chicken nuggets, lamb, etc, alcoholic drinks that use eggs, and egg-free egg dishes including quiches, omelets, soufflé... all with a potato!

Learn why leading Vegan companies like Impossible Burger and Daiya Cheese, for example, have chosen this amazing product.

This advanced class will take you beyond the world of traditional vegan dishes to the most advanced and low cost approaches to making sustainable and healthy vegan options. Can you imagine learning to make Italian prosciutto or mortadella, French Souffle, or USA American Cheese omelet all with a potato and 100% Vegan!!??

In the course you learn to use the advanced products of one of the world's oldest and largest food companies that created this amazing product that the USDA in the USA classifies as a potato.

ONLINE TRAINING FORMAT

The ONLINE training course is a combination of LIVE interactive training videos and pre-recorded video courses for students to follow. Students have 6 weeks from the start of the course to complete a list of recipes that demonstrate the unique features of potato protein.

PREREQUISITES

There is no prerequisite to take this course.

NOTES

  • All students participate ONLINE in the interactive kitchen experience of students taking the course in person.
  • Upon completion of this program you receive a Diploma as a Certified Potato Protein Vegan Chef from our academy
  • Vegan Gastronomy is not an accredited college or academy as our programs do not meet the requirements of government certification organizations that require teaching the use of animal products like meat, eggs, dairy, and fish 
  • All of our courses are taught in English
  • We are not a gluten free academy.  Anyone who is intolerant, allergic or is a celiac must know that gluten is used at our academy. We do teach Gluten Free recipes but it must be known that there is no way for us to guarantee any cross-contamination. While we can make suggestions on alternative ingredients and we do make several gluten free recipes, due to the presence of Gluten at our academy we cannot accept Coeliac students without a written doctors note 
  • We are not a Macrobiotic school
  • We are not a 100% Raw Vegan Academy
  • We are not a 100% Organic Plant Based Academy. We are 100% vegan and we do use organic products but we teach also how to used refined products and ingredients commonly used in the culinary world that are vegan. We do use products that are readily available from grocery stores that are vegan. We do at times also teach you to make selective products where it can improve flavor, reduce cost, or improve texture and taste. We attempt where possible to use organic produce (based on availability)