Trying to eat less carb or increase your veg intake? For many reasons people are choosing a lower carb diet. Join Erin Baker to find out how to feel brighter and lighter.
This class will help beat the the bloat and help with a fresh start towards incorporating a new ways of eating into your daily life.
Our modern diet is riddled with simple carbohydrates that break down as sugar and create excess weight and bloating. We all love pizza pasta and rice, but sometimes we want something a bit lighter.
In this class we will cook with a range of vegetables to create dishes that are low in carbohydrates but high in flavour, vegetable content and protein.
Learn how to use vegetables as a base to take the place of carbohydrates like rice, wraps, pasta, pizza crust and bread. All the recipes will be gluten free and grain free.
We will cook a selection of Erin's low carbohydrate recipes to inspire you throughout the seasons.
- Breakfast burritos
- Cheezy cashew and kale crisps
- Vegetable pizza bases
- Thai vegetable noodles
- Cabbage lasagna with herbed ricotta
- Alternative for chips and mash
- Coconut mango and chia seed parfait
The day will be a combination of demonstrations and hands on group work.
We will finish with a feasting lunch with organic wine or local apple juice to drink.
You will take home a comprehensive pack of recipes to be able to easily recreate them at home.
Brilliant day. Really enjoyable and would definitely come back.
Really enjoyed the day and feel inspired by the food we cooked.
Delicious - its given me lots of ideas about combining flavours
About the tutor
Erin Baker, of the Natural Cookery School, has been a professional vegetarian chef and cookery tutor for over 15 years focusing on whole food, world flavours and seasonal ingredients.
Prior to living in the UK, Erin was co-owner of an award winning vegetarian restaurant in California.
She currently resides in Stroud teaching at cookery schools throughout Gloucestershire and further afield.
She is an avid fruit and vegetable gardener with a passion for edible flowers and manages a community allotment project in Tewkesbury.