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How to Cook

How to CookHow to Cook

Loving Legumes is the second in our series of How to Cook classes dedicated to beans and legumes. In this class you will be taught everything you need to know to prepare legumes like lentils, split peas, chickpeas, and peanuts in a variety of dishes so they always taste great. These are super foods-nutritional powerhouses that belong in your pantry and on your plate.

Additional Information

Fire and Earth Kitchen offers cooking classes that are 100% vegan, gluten-free, soy-free, and are open to everyone. The How to Cook classes are monthly group cooking secessions held in the Fire and Earth Kitchen in Shoreline, as well as private cooking classes. The mission of Fire and Earth Kitchen is to make plant-based and gluten-free cooking accessible to everyone. The goal is to sure every dish is simple to prepare, uses nutritious ingredients that are easy to find. All of the classes are demonstration based, which leaves ample time to ask questions, sample food, and sip a drink. Custom recipe cards, nutritional information, and tips and tricks for easy meal preparation are shared throughout the class. The classes are social and casual, and cultivate a sense of community hard to find elsewhere. Each group class has a minimum of 4 participants, and maximum of 8.

Food Menu

  • Super Smoky Split Pea Soup
  • Red Lentil, Amaranth, and Kale Cakes
  • Chickpea of the Sea Salad Wraps

Who

The How to Cook Classes are be offered through Fire and Earth Kitchen

When

Oct 20, 2013 4:00 PM

Directions

Fire and Earth Kitchen

15004 Linden Ave N.

Shoreline, WA 98133

Map

Class Registration

Brown Paper Ticket

Cost

Fee $45.00 ($47.57 w/service fee)

Disclaimer

Fire and Earth Kitchen wants you to know that classes are held in their intimate fireside space and while it is a test kitchen and classroom, it is also a home. Two sweet cats live there (they will not be present during class), if you have allergies you should take appropriate measures beforehand so you are completely comfortable for the duration of the class, you do have the option of scheduling a class in your own home.

 

4 Comments

  1. I would love it if I could attend this Charlie! Beans are so versatile…we eat them a lot. But I can never learn enough new recipes for them. 🙂

  2. Hey Charlie,

    Thanks for sharing this! Cool site. Feel free to re-post any of our cooking classes in the future. Many new ones coming up in Nov and December. Best to you!

    Renee
    http://www.fireandearthkitchen.com

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