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14 Videos (18m)
    • Class Introduction

    • The Base Ingredients

    • The Spices

    • Empty the Cans

    • Prepare the Produce

    • Dice the Produce

    • Add the Spices

    • Stir the Pot

    • Close Up of the Consistency

    • The Clean Up

    • More Great Things About This Recipe

    • It's Alive!

    • Let's Eat :)

    • Final Thoughts


About This Class

Vegan cooking doesn't have to involve strange ingredients or a lot of work. This class will take you step-by-step making super yummy vegan chili. In fact, I believe this chili so delicious that even omnivores would gladly eat it and never miss the meat.

I welcome you wherever you are on your vegan journey: vegan straightedge, vegan wannabee, vegan curious, vegan resistant and even vegan oppositional.

5 of 5 students recommendSee All

Great energy and simple recipe flow, if you want to learn how to make a vegan chilli, then this will get you there fast!
Mark Timberlake

Teaching Skills

Marc shares a yummy recipe for one of my favorites: Chili, but vegetarian style. Can't wait to try it out :)
Marc has some really good information. I did find parts of it a bit corny, but that is not to say that is a bad thing!! You made me smile!! It looks and sounds delicious and am looking forward to trying it!
Teresa Trimm

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Marc Isaacson

Bhavatu sabba mangalam | May all beings be happy

Hi! I'm Marc Isaacson. I'm a vegan and a triathlete. But, I didn't start out life as either. I was raised as an omnivore and didn't become vegetarian until 1997, when I was thirty years old. In 2001 I made the switch to veganism.

I did my first triathlon in 1989. It was a fairly short "sprint" distance and I couldn't believe how hard it was. I didn't do my next triathlon until 1999. I continued participating in triathlons until 2002, working my way up to half Ironman distance races. I didn't exercise at all from 2005 - 2013. On August 2, 2015, my 48th birthday, I became an IronMan.

All of us is on a journey in life -- one that can take many paths and "side trips". I welcome you wherever you are on your life's journey.

My vision for my classes is:

Students take my classes to boost their:

  • Spirits;
  • Health;
  • Compassion for themselves and all other living beings

I craft each class with love and want it to be absolutely delightful for you. I welcome any feedback you have that enables me to reach that goal. Get in touch with me in whatever way is most convenient and comfortable for you!

I give thanks to the Universe for the abundance it provides me. I surrender and am open and ready to receive.

Bhavatu sabba mangalam - May all beings be happy