Demuths Vegetarian Cookery School is celebrating National Vegetarian Week (16 – 22 May) with a special course from chef and writer Anna Jones.
If you’ve ever thought of becoming a vegetarian, live with one or just want some inspiring and exciting recipes a with a little twist on the norm, now’s the time! With National Vegetarian Week fast approaching Demuths Cookery School, a vegetarian cookery school based in the centre of Bath, are celebrating this year’s with a difference.
A well balanced vegetarian diet is known to bestow a wide range of health benefits. Research has shown vegetarians to suffer less heart disease, hypertension, obesity, diabetes, various cancers, diverticular disease, bowel disorders, gall stones, kidney stones, and osteoporosis.
Why not come and find out more about it for yourself and join Anna Jones for an inspiring day in the kitchen on Saturday 21st May, where she will cook her favourite recipes from her beautiful second cookbook ‘A Modern Way to Cook’.
Anna Jones is a vegetarian cook, stylist and writer, worked with Jamie Oliver for 7 years and now has her own column in the Guardian.
Rachel Demuth, owner of Demuths, says, “We are very excited to have Anna Jones back teaching at Demuths and sharing all her fascinating and creative cooking experiences. This course is a must for any food lover”.
Demuths cookery courses are fun, relaxed and full of flavour. We welcome all food lovers, whether you are vegetarian or not, all our courses are suitable for vegetarians, and many are vegan, raw and gluten-free.
To find out more about this fantastic one off course, or to view the extensive course list available at Demuths visit the website, demuths.co.uk, where you can also book online. For more information about National Vegetarian Week go to nationalvegetarianweek.org