Good question. But Sebastian’s cooking expertise and his sensitivity is beyond any discussion around veganism. His love for pure, sustainable and ethical food makes every single one of his (not always complex) dishes a sensual experience and a form of inspiration. Eating his food makes one wonder how we got trapped into the belief that industrial, artificial and tasteless food was all we needed? That a soulless kitchen would provide for deep satisfaction and nourishment at the physical, emotional and energetic level? His course (and his kitchen) are a call to rethink eating and to give cooking back the importance it deserves.
Under the motto: “If the veggies are bland, don’t blame the vegetables” he’s come up with dozens of recipes (collected in three books) that satisfy the taste buds and fill up the bellies of even the most skeptical meat eaters (believe me, I’ve tried them on some tough cookies!).
Yet it is not his recipes that impress me the most, but his free spirit and his love for nature, traits that make him not only a good cook and a great teacher, they make him a truly inspirational HUMAN being.
Thanks Sebastian for the wonderful course!