TASTE FOR LIFE COOKERY CLASSES

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Cookery Class

Did you know that there are still places available on a FREE 6 week Taste for Life cookery courses running at Macclesfield Leisure Centre starting on 11th January?

The course aims to encourage more people to cook meals at home, from scratch, using basic ingredients. You will also learn about the benefits of healthy eating at low cost!

Courses are available to anyone who is:

  • A Cheshire East resident
  • Aged 18 years and over
  • Motivated and wanting learn to cook from scratch and improve cookery skills and eating habits.

During the 6 week cookery course participants will learn to:

  • How to cook low cost, healthy nutritious meals from scratch.
  • Understand and read food labels
  • Prepare portion sizes
  • Learn to forward plan and prepare meals
  • Reduce waste & utilise store cupboard ingredients
  • How to source healthy balanced recipes
  • Understand the eat well guide and 5 food groups

You can find out more here, but be quick as places are limited!

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