If you are new to gluten free, looking for a way to spice up your cooking, gluten free knowledge or want to check in on new products, check out this list of gluten free classes and events that will keep you busy this fall!
- I am teaching a few Gluten Free 101 classes this fall! New to gluten free? Join us for this community education class in Forest Lake on September 25, Osseo Area Schools (Maple Grove) October 9, or Centennial (Lino Lakes) December 2.
- Burning Brothers Brewing has a slew of events this fall where their tap room will be open and a food truck will e there selling gluten-free food!
- Whole Foods — No matter where you live, check your local Whole foods for a gluten free event or class. They do a ton of classes. Yours could be one of them!
- Sift Gluten Free — This is a new GF bakery in the Twin Cities. They are doing a few Farmer’s Markets in Minneapolis!
- Cooqi is opening up a pop-up store on September 20th and October 18th in South St. Paul! Fresh pizza crust, baguettes, cupcakes and more! Click here to learn more!
- Kitchen Window has a Gluten-Free Baking Essentials class on September 20th — pretty low cost at $10 for a reservation fee. After you take the class you receive a $10 gift card to KW.
- Valley Natural Foods has a Gluten Free Basics class on September 30th.
- Gluten-Free Sandwich Smorgasboard is a class offered by Mississippi Market in St. Paul on October 7th.
- Run for the Apples 5 Mile— While not a gluten-free event, the race is a trail run through an apple orchard near White Bear Lake, MN on October 18th. At the finish line you get the freshest apples EVER! GF friendly!
- Cooks of Crocus Hill has a class called Hands on Gluten-Free Pasta where you learn how to make your own pasta! Get more information on the company’s class directory. This class is on October 27th, 2014.
- Gluten Free for the Holidays, another class I teach, is happening November 3 also in the Centennial area.
Expanding your knowledge can really inspire your cooking and empower your gluten-free lifestyle.
If you don’t live in Minnesota, check your local community education classes and your local natural food stores for classes that might be available in your area.