Frequently Asked Questions

Our fun and interactive healthy cooking workshops will leave you with knowledge of specific nutrition and cooking tips, and feeling confident that you can recreate the meals at home.

What time do the workshops start?

Evening classes begin at 7pm sharp and end at 9.45pm. People often don't want to leave!

Who are the classes for?

Anyone interested in healthy, tasty food - you do not need to be able to cook!

What to bring?

Just yourself, your appetite and your phone or camera for taking pictures. 

How long are the evening classes?

2 hours 45 minutes

Where is it?

In our kitchen based near Bermondsey St - a 10 min walk from London Bridge station and 2 minutes from the nearest bus stop. All details will be sent to you by email on confirmation of booking.

Do the workshops include a meal? 

All our classes include a full meal and unlimited soft drinks for you to enjoy at the class.

Can we take our meals home?

All the meals made in the class are made to be eaten in our venue. We don't pack the meals up for you to take away so you can taste the true flavours of the food.

Do you cater for dietary requirements?

If a client is a vegetarian or vegan, this isn't a problem at all. In fact, we ran dedicated workshops for vegans and vegetarians  as this is where many of our  clients need the most help, as vegetarians often lack in certain nutrients and minerals.

All our classes are suitable for coeliacs and those that don't eat gluten.

Many of our classes are dairy free  or offer this as an option as many people are quite dairy intolerant, because as adults we lack the necessary enzymes to break down the lactose found in dairy products. We do use some organic dairy products in some of our classes but will let you know.

Are your workshops refined sugar free?

Yes! Refined sugar spikes our blood sugar unnecessarily. We need some glucose though for proper cell function and use fruit, agave nectar and honey in measured and controlled quantities.

Do you use red meat in your workshops

Yes, we use sometimes use lean red meat which is free range and it is always used in a balanced way in our menus. Eating free range red meats is highly important. Most western diets have an imbalance of too much omega 6 fatty acids to omega 3 fatty acids due to modern farming techniques. Before meat food processing we had a balanced diet ratio of 1:1 and now it is more like 20:1. Changes in farming, our soil, the animals diets from grass to grains, means our meat is much more processed.

We actually use a lot of game in our meals - it’s all really lean, nutrient dense, iron and protein rich, and as they are wild, they are an organic happy freely roamed meat! And its all so tasty!