When clients are faced with their Nutritionhelp dietary recommendations, some feel excited at the prospect of using new foods, while others feel daunted at the task of how to avoid specific ingredients and still find meals they can enjoy. Whichever of these categories you fall into, you may find a Nutritionhelp Cookery class both informative and enjoyable.
I run the classes over a Saturday from 10am to 3pm, and the day includes a three course lunch of foods cooked and demonstrated. The class can be very hands on, enabling you to get a feel for textures and consistencies, but if your energy levels are low, you can simply sit and watch. Everyone in the class receives a full recipe and information folder to take home, and class sizes are limited to a total of 6, to keep a relaxed atmosphere and ensure that you can feel fully involved.
A class covers key meal and snack ideas in line with Nutritionhelp recommendations, and how to make these as nutrient-rich, tasty and simple as possible. The aim will be for you to leave feeling more enabled and comfortable to cook without yeast, refined grains and sugar. All recipes will also be gluten-free and dairy-free, but there is plenty of scope to discuss meal variations for any further food sensitivities or intolerances.
With more than 35 years experience in teaching wholefood cookery classes and working with restricted diets, I have a wealth of knowledge to share. Come along to a relaxed, informal, but highly informative cookery class, based at my home near Chelmsford in Essex, to gain confidence in a new way of cooking.
Classes run approximately every 2 months. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or keep an eye on the Nutritionhelp blog for the next cookery class dates and the cost of the day.
If you are interested in finding out more, or booking for one of the upcoming Nutritionhelp cookery classes, email me at email@example.com.
“I feel the cookery class is very good value. Not only did I learn to cook in a lovely atmosphere, I then got to talk about and enjoy eating the food we had made. All the food was delicious and very satisfying. Further more; I looked through my folder to find that Emma had enclosed all the recipes we had made, a nutrient summary of all the foods/herbs and spices we had used and some information on which cooking oils to use and so much more useful information. Emma had covered everything and I mean everything I needed, to help me put what I had learned into practice. Additionally Emma encouraged me to experiment with different vegetables/spices and herbs. I feel I have gained many skills and I feel more confident and on my way to a healthier future. Really good value!! I would definitely recommend this class.” A.T. Essex
"A brilliant class which far exceeded my expectations. Plenty of new ideas ... it doesn’t have to be boring! It was particularly useful that Emma demonstrated the preparation of healthy and tasty food which we were later able to eat. Handouts of recipes and background information on herbs, spices, nuts and seeds etc. were very helpful and will be an invaluable resource for the future. Emma’s style is friendly and patient, so I felt happy to ask for clarification or to discuss aspects of the class. I now have the confidence to experiment with ingredients and be more creative in my cooking. Highly recommended." R. D-S. Essex