Healthy Plant-Based Fine Cuisine

Discover new flavours, textures and techniques to explore and enjoy the world of the winter-spring vegetable season.

The secrets you need to cook vegetables with all their energy.

Ayurveda nutrition is based on the five natural elements: earth, water, fire, air and ether. These are related to six flavours present in food: sweet, salty, bitter, spicy, astringent and acid. Chef Xavier Pellicer, with extensive training and experience among the best restaurants in Spain and France, has investigated how to transfer all this knowledge to his vegetable dishes.

You will learn which vegetables correspond to fire, air, etc. You will discover how to preserve vegetables, the energy within the plant and the best techniques to apply for each of them.

In this online course, you will see examples of the root vegetables, fruits, bulbs and flowers that are best known in our garden.

It is an online course designed for chefs or for lovers of cooking who want to discover new techniques applied to the plant-based cuisine.

In this course, the objective is to produce a menu with organic vegetables, using Ayurvedic nutrition and biodynamics and to learn some secrets that we can practice, such as: salsify skins, the conservation of avocados or the handling of an artichoke.

At the end of this course you will be able to:
* Classify the vegetables.
* You will learn to liquidise and preserve spinach chlorophyll.
* You will apply 3 different cooking techniques to an artichoke.
In addition to an extensive recipe book by Xavier Pellicer.

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Course curriculum

Course Content

Chapter 1 - Presentation and Recipe Book
Chapter 2 - Introduction to the world of vegetables
Chapter 3: Celery and shallot tarte tatin
Chapter 4 - Root and bulb: Salsify with hazelnut meunier
Chapter 5 - Leaf: Spinach with bouquet
Chapter 6 - Flower: Pickled artichokes
Chapter 7 - Flower: Cauliflower
Chapter 8 - Fruit: Avocado
Chapter 9 - Legumes: Peas with vegetable pil pil

What you'll learn

To observe the internal energy of vegetables, to preserve them and to cook them while maintaining maximum nutrients and flavours

In this online course you will learn the different elements of the plant world based on biodynamics.

You will master different techniques that will allow you to preserve vegetables, maintain nutrients, to maximize their use as well as have a first-rate gastronomic experience.

You will discover simple recipes full of flavour and energy.

Who is it for?
For people interested in vegetarian cuisine and who want to learn new techniques as well as Xavier Pellicer’s philosophy and way of working. But also, for all those wanting to learn about and discover cooking with vegetables in an educational and different manner in order to have a healthier diet for ourselves and the planet.

What you’ll need

  • Steam oven
  • Convection oven
  • Molds
  • Blender
  • Thermomix
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jeff denis

simple avant guardist plant cuisine
S G Sooprayachetty

produce are fantastic, techniques are simple and effective

Ana Almela

Interesting, fresh and entertaining, original dishes with basic products.

packed with healthy nutrients
Pablo Steuer

Here you will learn how to make brilliant food with simple methods, just stick to the recipe and how a modern diet should look like.

like it so much
Rehab Salmeen

I like it because it healthy and simple with extra information. Thank you very much.

It was quick easy fancy and really great
Gytana theobrun

Beside having to read the translation everything else was great. Really love is work and he’s explanation and respect for the fruits & vegetable!

Chef by vocation, trained among the best Chefs of French cuisine and where he integrates all his knowledge of organic cooking, biodynamic agriculture and Ayurvedic nutrition.

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What's included?

  • 2h 10 min video
  • 7 Recipes
  • 29 Lessons
  • Recipe Book
  • 8 Quizzes
  • Certificate
  • Espa√Īol, English
  • English, Espa√Īol, Italiano, Fran√ßais, Deutsch, Portuguese
  • Medium

Ratings and Reviews

Avg. Rating
144 Ratings
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Stella Lim
Posted 1 week ago
english version of recipe

how can i get english version of recipe?

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Aleksej Vasic
Posted 2 months ago
terrible english translation

English translation is probably auto-generated and it's terrible, I regret buying it

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Pablo Steuer
Posted 4 months ago
packed with healthy nutrients

Here you will learn how to make brilliant food with simple methods, just stick to the recipe and how a modern diet should look like.

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Agota Zima
Posted 6 months ago
Amazing course but it's difficult to follow the subtitling

All the courses are super interesting and iformative, but this one - as im interested especially in contemporary vegetarian cuisine -found superb. However because of this amount of new and extra information it is very hard to follow the subtitling. Plus it is a poor one. Many times the words are doubled, there is not the adequate word used for the context. I really miss the english dubbing. So im giving 5 star for course, but please work on a right english translation. Thanks a lot, Agota

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Alex Darvishi
Posted 12 months ago
Healthy plant based fine cuisine

Excellent course

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jeff denis
Posted 1 year ago

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Rehab Salmeen
Posted 1 year ago
like it so much

I like it because it healthy and simple with extra information. Thank you very much.

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Maurice Berman
Posted 1 year ago


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Konstantinos Oikonomou
Posted 1 year ago

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Kresimir Kalcina
Posted 1 year ago
Bad English Subtitles

English Subtitles hard to follow, to fast, grammar errors. typos.. Could be done better.

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