The people at Vegetarian Times hope you and your family are staying well. Tasmanian Times is happy to forward you their offer:

We realise that with so many of us stuck at home, practising social distancing, you may be going a little stir crazy. So if you’re looking for something to do while stuck inside , grab your whisk and mixing bowl! It’s not surprising in this stressful time that there’s been a rise in things that can help us relax.

Unsurprisingly, baking is on the list (Did you know that stressed spelled backwards is desserts?). With that in mind, we are offering FREE access to Secrets to Vegan Baking.

From vegan baking basics to ways to customise cookies, cakes, muffins and pies to your own tastes, we will walk you step by step through professional-level techniques so your sweet treats turn out beautifully perfect every time. You’ll even learn how to veganise conventional baking recipes the way professional bakers do.

Vegan Baking Course

Course creator is Vegetarian Times’ food editor Mary Margaret Chappell. She is a classically trained pastry chef, former caterer, and the author of Everything Vegan cookbook. Pair those credentials with over ten years of creating, testing, and editing vegan recipes and you have one of the foremost experts on plant-based cooking in the field today.

The course has eight modules, and each lesson includes videos and slideshows that make learning easy and fun, anytime, anywhere. Each section concludes with a quiz and two assignments.

Use code BEWELL to get started now. You’ll have access for 60 days, and this offer ends 15 May 2020.


Stay healthy, nourished, and enjoy this gift from us.

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