Date(s) - 04/16/2019
10:30 am - 1:00 pm
Veganism is now officially one of Britain’s fastest growing lifestyle changes. When contemplating a switch to veganism, it’s a struggle to find healthy and appetising ways to replace calcium and protein in your diet. That’s why it is so important that vegan meals are nutritious yet still exciting. The idea of only eating only vegetables can seem pretty dull however it doesn’t need to be!
We will show you where to get your proteins for, where to source your ingredients, how best to eat (i.e. organic and seasonal) so that you can make delicious dishes that fulfil your nutritional needs.
In this class which we refer to as the ‘Copy Cat Vegan’, we are going to make some of our favourity dishes from our ‘meaty’ days and ‘Veganise’ them! Sounds like fun? It is. We get to experiment with different flavours, herbs, spices, textures to create our fond memories of our favourite dishes.
Here are some options that we can create together:
– ‘Shepherts’ Pie
– ‘Chilli Con Carne’
– ‘Victoria Sponge’
– ‘Yorkshire Pudding’
– ‘Sausage Rolls’
A vegan diet doesn’t have to be boring – let us show you how.
About the class
The class will be a hands on workshop where you will get involved in the creation of the foods specific to the days class, see exactly what goes into the dishes, how much, feel the textures for yourself in order to experience first hand how the foods are made. There will be an introduction on health and nutrition, why cooking mindfully and with focus is key, working cleanly as you go along and where to source ingredients and products. You will also be given a recipe card of what we have made during the class and some note paper so you can make your own notes.
The atmosphere will be friendly and relaxed and you will have the confidence to work in a safe environment.
The class is strictly limited to 6 people and are popular so booking your place early is highly recommended.
If you have any special requirements or dietary requirements, then please do not hesitate to contact Guilda:
Mobile: 07772 502831