Cooking class in Boise goes with the grain
January 10, 2014 by Max
‘Cooking with Whole Grains’ is a class set up to help people learn about how to use wholegrain foods as a key part of their diet. Digital flyer printing and poster printing might have been used by the instructor to spread the word about this healthy lifestyle course to people in and around the area. This is an adult cooking class recommended for those 18 and over.
As part of this class, guests will learn how to identify which products are true whole grains and how to use them in recipes to create healthy foods. Side dishes and main dishes, and will provide guests with lots of sampling and tasting opportunities.
Today, there are a number of different types of grains and understanding which of them are of benefit to health and nutrition is extremely important for people who suffer from diabetes and other digestive related conditions.
This cost of this cooking class is $12 per person, and it will take place on Thursday, January 16 at 7:00 pm at the University of Idaho, Ada Country Extension Office located at 5880 Glenwood Street in Boise, Idaho. To learn more about this class, or to register, please visit the Extension U-Idaho Education website or call the office at 208-287-5900.
Please note that students who sign up for the class and cancel will now not be eligible for a refund, but will receive an in-house credit. Two weeks’ notice is required in order to be refunded.