Physalis, created by vegan pastry chefs Alexey Korotkevich and Sabina Hambarava, takes pastry making very seriously. The bar has been set high with a team of high-end pastry chefs, developers, innovators, culinary consultants, and food stylists and photographers. Now this company of talented individuals will be offering online classes so that you can learn how to make vegan pastries from the best of the best.
Physalis cares deeply about taste, quality, and the aesthetics of their baked goods. They never use palm oil, refined products, chemical food colorings, and of course, animal products of any kind.
Through their online learning program, lovers of pastries, amateur chefs, and professionals can hone their skills by receiving the highest pastry level possible.
Physalis is currently offering two online classes. The first, called Pastry Evolution, will focus on vegan entremets, macarons, and individual cakes, and runs for 9 weeks. The second class, Pastry Evolution Group 2, will continue discussing the above topics. Currently, they are working on developing a class called The Story of Vegan Cakes which will explore vegan cakes, frosting, fillings, ganaches, and cake decorations.
What could be more fun than learning how to cook exquisite and dreamy vegan pastries by two extremely talented and passionate pastry chefs?
To learn more about Chef Alexey Korotkevich and Chef Sabina Hambarava, you can check out their pastry portfolio, or visit their website.
Itching to whip up some vegan baked goods?
Whether you decide to take your love for pastries to the next level by embarking on an online learning journey, you should definitely consider trying some of these dessert recipes from this Food Monster App.
Raspberry Rose Macarons
These macarons are almost too pretty to eat and get their airy consistency from aquafaba, or chickpea brine!
Caramel Coffee Layer Cake
You will feel like a real pastry chef after creating this layered caramel coffee cake. It will make for one incredible edible center piece at your next party!
Chocolate Ganache Tart
Learn how to make the perfect chocolate ganache by Physalis, and then put your skills to the test with this Chocolate Ganache Tart.
For more dessert recipes, we recommend downloading this Food Monster App, which is available for both Android and iPhone and can also be found on Instagram and Facebook. The app has more than 10,000 plant-based, allergy-friendly recipes, and subscribers gain access to new recipes every day. Check it out!
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I ve paid dearly for that course with a few others and we ve been sorely disappointed, the pictures nice but the course is way under par : the teachers are horrible and unprofessional, the videos are useless and the recipes inexact… wasted tons of money on equipment and supply AVOID AT ALL COST