The new online course includes recipes and video tutorials. All pies are made using plant-based products, following the company’s ethos of promoting sustainable living, and all recipes are dairy-free, egg-free, and soy-free and can also be modified to become nut-free.
More information can be accessed at: http://www.scoopintelligence.com/pieday
The latest announcement is in line with the company’s vision of offering educational courses in connection with sustainable and zero-waste living. The company aims to promote greener living and raise awareness of sustainability through its exclusive online courses.
Scoop Intelligence was founded by eco-conscious entrepreneur Stephanie Lentz. She is a keen baker with a passion for zero-waste produce and wants to help others move towards a more sustainable lifestyle. Alongside Scoop Intelligence, she founded her zero-waste store ‘Scoop Marketplace’ in Seattle where customers can purchase packaging-free groceries for reasonable prices.
The new online pie baking course is available on the company’s website where students can enroll and learn at their leisure. By the end of the course, participants will have learned how to consistently create the perfect vegan pie dough and three different types of plant-based filling, how to bake three styles of pie, how to safely freeze and thaw pie dough, and different ways in which to use up the scraps.
Participants receive immediate lifetime access to all the course’s resources upon signing up. The recipes include substitution ideas for those with food allergies or intolerances and provide guidance on preparation and timescales.
In addition to the exclusive pie baking course, Scoop Intelligence offers other plant-based cooking courses. For example, participants can learn how to make a complete vegan holiday feast or create popular dough dishes such as cheese balls.
Further information is available at: https://www.scoopintelligence.com/plantbasedcooking
For those who may be interested in learning about opening a zero-waste store, Scoop Intelligence offers a free introductory workshop. Here, participants learn about market research, how to identify personal and business core values, and how to develop a store owner mindset.
Scoop intelligence also operates its own podcast where listeners can find more information about living a more sustainable lifestyle. It reveals practicalities such as time and cost and explains the reasons why living a greener lifestyle can help improve quality of life.
Interested parties can access: http://www.greenstuffpodcast.com
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