Gluten Free Bread

    In this gluten free workshop you will learn how to bake gluten free bread from scratch through the hands of The Avenue Cookery School


    Baking class hosted by The Avenue Cookery School

    Beginners welcome

    2 hour class

    The Avenue Cookery School, SW18


    What you'll learn

    Making gluten free bread at home will no longer be a distant pipedream after this class.

    In this class

    No previous baking experience is needed!

    This class is about more than just ticking the boxes and following a recipe. Its about learning how to balance a healthy, gluten free lifestyle with some absolutely delicious bread. Win-win right?

    What better way to spend a Thursday evening with some friends, making (and eating!) some deliciously healthy bread. And if you can't find a friend to join you, don't worry! You will be joined by some fellow Obby lovers who will make you feel right at home.

    And there is no need to bring anything but fabulous self. Your lovely chef Ceri, a certified natural chef, will bring everything you need.

    Now you can

    • make nutritious loafs and flatbreads
    • explore quinoa, buckwheat, teff, chickpea flours and the use of flax as a natural binder
    • eat some delicious gluten free bread (OK, maybe you won't "learn" this one, but it will still be great fun)

    Eat

    All your delicious creations!


    Did you know?

    Around 10,000 B.C. man first started eating a crude form of flat bread-a baked combination of flour and water. Ancient Egyptians are usually credited with inventing the oven and discovering yeast leavening. About 3,000 B.C. they started fermenting flour and water mixtures by using wild, air-borne yeast. Eventually they added sugar, salt and flavorings such as poppy and sesame seeds.


    Class location

    The Avenue Cookery School, Wandsworth

    3 Enterprise Way

    SW18 1EJ

    London



    About your host, The Avenue Cookery School

    The Avenue Cookery School is a family-run leaning business based in Wandsworth in South West London. The owner and head chef Diana began her career as a chalet chef before discovering her entrepreneurial side and founding a number of specialist food ventures. Infamously, Diana taught at The Grange Cookery School in Somerset for 7 years before starting The Avenue, where she has been ever since.

    Diana is supported by her son Richard and daughter Sophie.

    The food at The Avenue can be considered classic chic but full of fun twists and turns (ranging from macaroon masterclasses to gluten free baking to simple supper classes). All the classes are taught in the school's beautiful kitchen facilities in a relaxed environment.

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    Flexible cancellation policy

    Any class can be cancelled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase. See cancellation policy.