20th January, 2024 : 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
£44 – £70
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Veganuary has inspired and supported millions of people to try vegan since 2014. People from almost every country in the world get involved. It is a month-long challenge taking place in January that encourages people to make vegan choices. This is a time when a lot of people think about adapting their diet by reducing foods like meat and dairy.
Did you know that you can make sweet treats plant-based by using some simple switches in the ingredients? In this workshop, we’ll introduce you to some new techniques to create delicious, indulgent bakes without using eggs butter and milk.
We will be making:
A luscious chocolate cake
Light fluffy scones
We’ll cover some basic principles so you can adapt recipes to be dairy-free. We’ll discuss substitutions for eggs in a range of baked goods and the best plant-based options to ensure your baking is light and delicious
The course is hands-on – we’ll make everything from scratch. There will be time to discuss, taste and compare notes. You’ll leave inspired and ready to experiment at home. Please bring along 2 boxes and a bag to take home your creations.
We will be using wheat flour in this class so it will be unsuitable for anyone who is allergic to gluten.
Jackie Vural is leading this workshop. She is an enthusiastic cook of many cuisines with a passion for breadmaking and baking. Jackie works with Greener Kirkcaldy and loves sharing her skills.
This event takes place in our Lang Spoon Community Kitchen in Greener Kirkcaldy’s Community Building. Find out how to get here.
Full price: £55
Couples/Friends (2 people sharing station + ingredients): £70
Greener Kirkcaldy members/volunteers: £49.50
*Students (full time), Senior Citizens (65+), eligible benefits (Income Support, Working Tax Credit, Income based Jobseeker’s Allowance, Income based Employment and Support Allowance, Housing Benefit and Universal Credit).
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There are accessible parking bays available outside 8 East Fergus Place. There is a ramp into the building and level access throughout. There is also an accessible toilet. Our kitchen has an adjustable cooking station. This is suitable for those in wheelchairs or who need to sit while cooking.
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