If you're up for a food experience that's out of the ordinary, without jumping on an aeroplane, look no further than Airbnb.
The online marketplace now has an incredible offering of online experiences, led by locals around the world, allowing foodies the opportunity to experience out-of-this-world opportunities, in their own homes.
From milking goats to making kimchi with a two Michelin star chef, or experiencing a Japanese tea party, it can all happen all through the medium of Zoom.
Prices depend on the activity and the expert leading it, but are generally very affordable with experiences starting at just $7.
Here's our pick of some of the best online food and drink courses and experiences:
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