Vegan Starter Toolkit Course – dates in March and May 2020

Come and join us for an action-packed day of exploring vegan cooking.

We have a new date, 17th May, and have a couple of places on our 15th March course due to cancellations – so plenty of choice.

Once more we will be at the Cooking It cookery school on Chandos Road in Redland.  With a mix of hands-on cooking and demonstrations, we’ll cover cooking a main course, some vegan baking, mayonnaise, a simple vegan cheese and vegan yogurt making, as well as some amazing meringues using aquafaba.

In addition to providing you with some great recipes and some useful knife skills, Nutritional Therapist Linda Sims will explain how to balance a vegan diet for optimum nutritional benefit.

You’ll gain new knowledge and skills around vegan cooking and eating and get to take home the dishes you have cooked, as well as a selection of Miller Green’s tried, tested and loved vegan recipes and Linda Sims’s Guide to Plant-Based Eating.

Comments from previous courses

“Thank you so much for a great day. The hints and tips were priceless…I can’t wait for the next one.”

“We all really loved it – so much fun and just the right amount of information. I am wondering if a day would be better? The time was great but definitely left you wanting more.”

“Thank you so much to you and Annabel for a very informative and enjoyable morning.”

“I really enjoyed myself in the last session and I would love to be added to the mailing list for future events”

Your course was full of good information which is helping us to enjoy and feel more confident in our cooking/shopping, also finding a better proportion of veg/fruit on the plate.”

Course Price £95



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People following a vegetable diet have lower rates of a number of health problems, including excess weight and obesity, cardiovascular disease, hypertension, type 2 diabetes, some cancers, gallstones, kidney stones, constipation and diverticular disease.

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