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The '''Natural Gourmet Institute for Health and Culinary Arts''' was a vegetarian cooking school in Manhattan, New York, founded in the 1977 by [[Anne Marie Colbin]].  Colbin campaigned against overly-refined food and taught about its connection to poor health.  She was the author of ''Food and Healing''<ref>[https://openlibrary.org/isbn/9780345303851 Food and Healing] by Anne Marie Colbin, 1986, Ballantine Books; ISBN 978-0345303851</ref> and other books.  Colbin's cooking school combined effective cooking techniques from a variety of vegetarian cuisines around the world, teaching that the food should be whole, fresh, traditional, balanced, local, seasonal and delicious.  
The '''Natural Gourmet Institute for Health and Culinary Arts''' was a vegetarian cooking school in Manhattan, New York, founded in 1977 by [[Annemarie Colbin]].  Colbin campaigned against overly-refined food and taught about its connection to poor health.  She was the author of ''Food and Healing''<ref>[https://openlibrary.org/isbn/9780345303851 Food and Healing] by Annemarie Colbin, 1986, Ballantine Books; ISBN 978-0345303851</ref> and other books.  The Natural Gourmet Institute taught cooking techniques from a variety of cuisines around the world, teaching that the food should be whole, fresh, traditional, balanced, local, seasonal and delicious.  The menus were largely, but not exclusively, plant-based.


In early 2019, the Natural Gourmet was subsumed by the Institute of Culinary Education<ref>Press Release from [https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/the-institute-of-culinary-education-launches-natural-gourmet-center-300775002.html The Institute of Culinary Education, Jan 08, 2019], last access 12/8/2020.</ref>
In early 2019, the Natural Gourmet was subsumed by the Institute of Culinary Education<ref>Press Release from [https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/the-institute-of-culinary-education-launches-natural-gourmet-center-300775002.html The Institute of Culinary Education, Jan 08, 2019], last access 12/8/2020.</ref>, which announced its intention to keep the Natural Gourmet education track available as a separate option.
 
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The Natural Gourmet Institute for Health and Culinary Arts was a vegetarian cooking school in Manhattan, New York, founded in 1977 by Annemarie Colbin. Colbin campaigned against overly-refined food and taught about its connection to poor health. She was the author of Food and Healing[1] and other books. The Natural Gourmet Institute taught cooking techniques from a variety of cuisines around the world, teaching that the food should be whole, fresh, traditional, balanced, local, seasonal and delicious. The menus were largely, but not exclusively, plant-based.

In early 2019, the Natural Gourmet was subsumed by the Institute of Culinary Education[2], which announced its intention to keep the Natural Gourmet education track available as a separate option.

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  1. Food and Healing by Annemarie Colbin, 1986, Ballantine Books; ISBN 978-0345303851
  2. Press Release from The Institute of Culinary Education, Jan 08, 2019, last access 12/8/2020.