This approach involves providing 100 chefs from 100 restaurants participants with practical skills and knowledge about vegan cooking and recipes. This includes cooking demonstrations, recipes sharing, and hands-on activities that help restaurant chefs and the community to learn how to cook delicious and nutritious plant-based meals. The aim is to make it easier for people to transition to a plant-based diet by providing them with the tools and knowledge they need to do so.

  1. Vegan Soup (Mushroom Soup)
  2. Vegan Meat (TOFU)
  3. Vegan Cake (Banana Cake)

The achievements of the VERITAS Chefs Vegan Training are as follows:

Formulation of 4 Chef Vegan Clubs (40-vegan activists): These clubs have been established based on local content to promote the benefits of plant-based diets to other restaurants. The aim is to create a culture of plant-based eating among customers, who will then become ambassadors of the plant-based lifestyle in their communities.