What's the difference between vegetarian and vegan?
Great question! A vegetarian diet excludes all meat products, but still allows for dairy and eggs. A vegan diet excludes all products that come from animals - so no eggs, dairy, or even honey. This course is designed for those getting started on a vegetarian diet. However, the final module will help you explore vegan options, if you wish to do so.
Does this course require gong completely vegan?
No, absolutely not. In fact, three of the four weeks are focused on teaching you to eat a healthy and delicious vegetarian diet. The final week will teach you how to go completely vegan, if you wish to complete that step.
Are the recipes vegetarian or vegan?
The recipes are all 100% vegetarian. There is a vegan option included for every recipe, but some may require using commercial dairy substitutes (such as dairy-free cheeses or yogurts).
Are the recipes difficult to make?
The recipes can all be completed by an amateur cook. I've tried my best to include a variety of recipes from extremely quick and simple dishes to slightly-more involved meals that will introduce you to new foods and techniques.
Do the recipes use weird ingredients?
While the recipes might use some ingredients that are new to you, they are all items that are widely available at most US grocery stores.
Are the recipes available on your blog?
The recipes in this course are a mix of reader-favorite recipes from Delicious Everyday and brand new recipes created just for this course.
How long do I have to complete the course?
Forever. The course is designed to be completed over a period of four weeks. However, it is self-paced and you are welcome to move through it more slowly or more quickly. The materials are yours forever.
What is the refund policy?
I certainly hope you'll love the course and meal plan, and that it truly transforms your cooking! But, if for any reason the course is not a good fit for you, you can request a refund within the first 30 days.