New Online Cooking Class:  Healthy Whole Grains

New Online Cooking Class: Healthy Whole Grains

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Do you want to include more whole grains in your diet but don’t know how to prepare them? Do you want to learn how to make no-knead sourdough bread, corn tortillas and tamales, and learn to make sprouted flour?

Healthy Whole Grains

I am opening enrollment today for my brand new online cooking class Healthy Whole Grains.

I am SO excited about teaching this class!

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My Journey to Properly Prepared Whole Grains

I grew up on white bread and Kraft Macaroni and Cheese. When I got older, I learned that whole grains were better. So I’d buy whole wheat bread and brown rice and eat oatmeal for breakfast.

It wasn’t until I read Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon Morell that I realized whole grains weren’t really that healthy for you after all. According to Sally, whole grains need to be sprouted or soaked in order for us to absorb and utilize the vitamins and minerals they contain.

If we don’t soak or sprout whole grains, we can end up with digestive problems, food allergies, crooked teeth, cavities, and other diseases and disorders caused by nutritional deficiencies.

Wheat berries in the grain mill

So I started learning how to properly prepare whole grains, like people around the world have been doing for thousands of years.

With the help of our former housekeeper from Honduras, I learned how to make corn tortillas and tamales from freshly ground corn that was soaked for 1-2 weeks in lime water. I learned how to make no-knead sourdough bread from a friend and once I’d mastered her simple technique, I couldn’t believe how easy it was. I learned how to make perfect, flaky pie crusts with lard.

Now I want to teach you everything I know in the Healthy Whole Grains class.

Sprouting wheat berries

Get Started!

You don’t have to spend years learning like I did. Now you can learn everything I know in just 12 short weeks.

This 12-week class is going to teach you everything you need to know about preparing healthy, whole grains. We’ll start with the basics and learn how to grind and soak flour, how to sprout whole grains, and how to make sprouted flour. We’ll progress to soaked and sprouted flour muffins, breads, pasta, and cookies and then cover everything sourdough — from how to activate a starter, how to store a starter, to how to make no-knead sourdough bread as well as biscuits, waffles, and pizza.

We’ll also learn how to make a variety of things using freshly ground corn, brown rice, freshly rolled oats, quinoa, barley, kamut, and more.

You’ll be amazed how easy it is to make everything from scratch — and these are recipes your family will love (I know, because I’ve tested them all on my picky family).

What You Get

You’ll get lifetime access to 12 weeks of classes including:

  • 50 video tutorials
  • Over 100 recipes!

Click here to see the full class schedule.

Sign Up Now

The first class starts Wednesday February 15th. I’ll announce new classes each week via email. You can go at your own pace and watch the videos whenever you like — 24/7.

Sign up and get lifetime access to 12 classes.

Yes, I said lifetime access!  Once you are enrolled in the Healthy Whole Grains class, you can go back again and again to the video lessons and recipes and learn at your own pace.

Special Coupon Code:  Save $50!

I am offering my readers an extra special discount of $50 off. There will be other coupon codes in the next few weeks, but this is the best discount you’re going to find. This is a fabulous bargain — only $99 for 12 weeks of classes! Only $8.25 per class.

Email me today at annmarie @ realfoodmedia dot com and I will send you a special discount coupon code for $50 off.

This is only valid for my newsletter subscribers, so if you are not currently subscribed, make sure you do so right away so you will be eligible for the discount.

Hurry! This coupon code expires Saturday, January 28th at midnight 12 midnight PST.

Just enter your email address below to sign up for my newsletter, then email me and ask me for the $50 off coupon code — and then sign up!

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