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Gluten Free Cookery Courses

The charity Coeliac UK estimates that around 1% of the UK population is affected by coeliac disease. If you or a member of your family has been diagnosed with a gluten intolerance, or coeliac disease, then it’s likely that you will need to completely review your cooking habits.

Shropshire farm joins forces with cookery school

Maynards Farm in Shrewsbury has teamed up with the Seasoned Cookery School to offer a range of different cookery courses. The team at Seasoned already run courses throughout Staffordshire and Derbyshire, and are proud of their reputation for teaching students of all abilities.

Potato Council turns up shocking vegetable know-how stats

From not being able to make ‘fluffy’ roasters (50%) to boiled potatoes crumbling into the water (34%) – all were cited as barriers to spud-cooking prowess.

Don’t want to be labelled obese? Obey the labels!

Women who don’t read food labels are an average 9lbs heavier than their content-querying counterparts. That’s like half a stone and then some!

Cookery courses to the fore in team-building events

I was talking to James Coakes and he mentioned that he’d organised a troupe off on a jolly for a team building event to a restaurant. Standard fare, I thought…

Coffee good for the brain? I ought to be the next Einstein!

Part two of yesterday’s article, Foods that are naturally healthy for body, mind and soul; today’s seven make up the top ten as advised by The Cooking Academy.

Foods that are naturally healthy for body, mind and soul

I’m not talking processed ready meals that fit nicely into a points program – if that’s your idea of healthy eating, me and you need to have a little chat.

Low GL diet will leave you feeling Grrreat about yourself

Whether you agree with a vegetarian lifestyle or not there are benefits you can take from a plethora of plant-like ingredients that other menus don’t offer.

So why is iron essential to one’s diet?

The Meat Advisory Panel believe we’re lacking in our haem iron intake, key in the formation of haemoglobin, used to transport oxygen around the blood stream

Iron deficiency rife amongst women of child bearing age

You’re thinking “What on earth is this bloke on? We’re doing cookery courses!” Bear with me – bit more science, then we’re into the cookery bit, promise.