Farm Sanctuary Selects Rouxbe as Culinary Training Partner for Plant-Based Cooking.

by · March 2, 2015

Farm Sanctuary, America’s leading farm animal rescue and protection organization, has partnered with the Rouxbe Cooking School to provide enhanced cooking education to all supporters looking to incorporate more plant-based foods into their diet.

Starting today, supporters can visit Farm Sanctuary’s plant-based living site, V-lish for a special offer to attend the Farm Sanctuary Cooking School (plant-based only) – powered by Rouxbe. Supporters will receive a free 7-day trial and then a $200 credit that can be applied to their membership. Those that decide to join during their trial will only pay $99 for their initial tuition fee (instead of $299.99) and then $4.99 per month for as long as they want to further their learning (cancel anytime). Student membership will provide you with access to hundreds of instructional video lessons, techniques, plant-based recipes as well as chef support.

Ten percent (10%) of all proceeds will go directly to support various Farm Sanctuary projects.

 “Education has always been an important part of our DNA at Farm Sanctuary,” says Farm Sanctuary President and Co-Founder Gene Baur. “We believe that helping people cook delicious plant-based foods could save millions of animals from cruelty, so we are excited to have partnered with the very best online education partner Rouxbe.”

Farm Sanctuary operates three shelters in New York and California that provide lifelong care for nearly 1,000 rescued farm animals, works to change laws to decrease abuse of farm animals, and promotes compassionate plant-based living.

“I am a French trained chef who converted to a 100% plant-based way of life over three years ago,” says Joe Girard, “I couldn’t be more honored to support the efforts of Farm Sanctuary and to play a role in reducing the amount of animal suffering in the world by helping people become exceptional plant-based cooks.”

Visit V-lish to take advantage of this incredible offer and $200 rebate on tuition.


Discussion3 Comments

  1. Thomas King says:

    My Daughter, Wife & I met Gene Baur a couple years ago during the “Walk for Farm Animals” in downtown Chicago, what a impressive human being & so down to earth. Can’t wait to visit the Sanctuary in NY, this is great news for all…

  2. Sarah Asquith-Vallance says:

    A few years ago my husband and I had the joy of spending 3 nights at Farm Sanctuary. It is such a beautiful place. We spent the evenings on our porch watching the sun going down, seeing the pigs heading to bed and watching deer run over the fields.
    This is such a Plant-based Rouxbe and Farm Sanctuary, what a fantastic combination.

  3. Amy says:

    My decision on whether or not to attend the Plant Based Certification Course has been sealed after reading this. I am a huge supporter of Farm Sanctuary. I’ve heard Gene Bauer speak several times and am so inspired by his work. I love Farm Sanctuary and am thrilled to read this. Thank you!

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