Perfect Potluck Vegan Salads
What you'll learn
- Take simple ingredients and turn them into satisfying, colorful salads
- Make flavorful versatile dressings
- Make vegan versions of salads and dressings that are traditionally made with egg-based mayonnaise
- Gain the confidence to make something for a social event that will be readily accepted
- You should already be comfortable chopping vegetables and measuring ingredients
Whether you are already vegan, interested in what vegans eat or just want some new salad recipes, this course is for you. Vegans get the bad rap of eating "rabbit food." This course will show you how to transform vegetables into delicious salads that are good enough to take to a potluck or cookout. There are a few salads that have greens as the base, but many of the recipes feature the beans, grains and pasta that make a heartier salad.
You may be thinking, "Aren't all salads vegan?" Actually, no they aren't--especially when they are made with traditional ingredients. Salads like caesar salad, potato salad, and macaroni salad fall in this category. I've created vegan versions of these salads in this course. I've also created a dressing/dip that is a great ranch dressing substitute.
If you're curious, don't hesitate to enroll in this course and learn how to make these delicious, satisfying salads!
Who this course is for:
- This is course is for anyone who is open to making vegan versions of many types of salads
- This course is not for anyone who follows a strict oil-free diet
I started making cooking videos just a short while ago on YouTube in April 2012 - Vegan Cooking with Love. I quickly realized that I had a lot to learn in order to produce videos that met my standards. After months of studying and analyzing other videos, I discovered the keys to producing high quality cooking videos on YouTube as a solo producer. Since I improved my production quality, my views have skyrocketed and I have over 10,000 subscribers for my channel. It is not uncommon for people to leave comments on my channel thanking me for taking the time to produce quality videos.
I'm excited to finally share what I've learned so that together we can make YouTube a place where quality trumps quantity.