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Flour Power (Gluten Free grains)

£80.00

Location – Parrs Wood High School, 10am-2pm

 

5th March - - 14th May - - 8th October

What does ‘Flour’ mean to you? Bread? Cakes? Pastry?

Move on from ‘Self-Raising’, ‘Plain’, and ‘Strong Bread’ and get acquainted with a whole new world of unusual flours made from UK beans, pulses and wheat-free grains!

Made increasingly popular and accessible in the UK, pulse flours are at the heart of many Indian and Mediterranean dishes, from bhajis and papadums to pancakes and fritters, and open up a whole new mouth-watering (and gluten-free) world of cooking.

In this exciting 4-hour course, Rob will show you how to use UK grown flours made from fava beans, quinoa and peas to create tasty, nutritious pizza bases, blinis, pancakes, pakoras, koftas and crumble toppings.

Rob is a very experienced artisan bread-maker and is keen to share his knowledge and tips. He crams plenty into this busy session but there’s always time for questions. By the end of the four hours you’ll know just how satisfying it is to make your own bread, blinis, pakora and more. You’ll leave with delicious dishes and skills that will last you a lifetime. All ingredients are organic and bought locally at Unicorn Co-operative Grocery and other local independent shops.

This session is suitable for all levels of experience, from absolute beginners to those wishing to further develop their skills.

 

Rob has SO much knowledge and passion to share about the world of unusual and exciting gluten-free flours including those made from nuts, legumes, tubers/roots and lesser-known grains such as amaranth.  

Along the way, you will learn the skills and recipes to cook the following foods, to treat your friends and family to for years to come!

- Squash or courgette kaftas with a delicious curried sauce

- Kale blini with garlic yoghurt dip 

- Gluten-free seasonal fruit crumble 

Rob has been with Cracking Good Food from the very start. His passion for bread making  (and the politics of bread making!) and cooking delicious, sustainably sourced food from scratch really shine through in his welcoming, friendly and extremely informative classes. There really is nothing this man doesn't know about his subject! 

Rob also runs many of our community cooking sessions, including running cooking lessons with residents of homeless prevention hostels and sits on Cracking Good Food's Board of Directors. 

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