February 11, 2016
Registration is now open! Grab a spot while you can, because class size is limited. And be sure to read further and see how you can get a big discount and a completely unique experience by being in the “First Class”.
Please Note: Registration for Gluten Free Mess to Masterpiece is now closed.
I am so excited to announce that I’ll be teaching a new class this spring, and especially this class: “Gluten Free Mess to Masterpiece in Four Weeks: How to Bake Perfect (and Tasty) Gluten Free Bread”! I want to thank everyone from my email list who has answered surveys over the past few weeks and help me narrow down exactly what class was most needed. Below you’ll find a bit of sneak peak of what’s included in this class, so that you can be thinking about whether it will be a good fit for you. Registration will be limited to 50 persons, so I want to give you as much thinking time before registration opens so that you can be sure to get a seat in the class! Be sure to read though and see what you need to in order to participate in this unique experience, in which you get to help create the class with me.
Gluten Free Mess to Masterpiece in Four Weeks: What To Expect
The goal of this course is transform your experience of gluten free baking. You are starting from a place of frustration, where you feel like you’re just running into the same walls repeatedly and no one has the answers you need. This course will take you to a place where you can walk into the kitchen, make any baked good that your family desires and have absolute confidence that it will turn out well and taste (and feel) as good or better than the version that you used to make with wheat. This class could be taught with any number of recipes as the focal point, but we’ll be using bread.
Along the way, we’ll cover these topics:
By the end of the course, you can expect these results (plus others that I’ve likely forgotten to mention):
Class Registration: Tuesday, February 16th
Class registration opens Tuesday, February 16th. This is not the typical online class; there will be a definite start and end date. This class will most likely be offered again, but not until June or October.
Class Dates: Tuesday March 1st through Monday, March 28th
The class officially starts on Tuesday, March 1st, but between Feb 19th and March 1st we’ll have about a week to start getting to know each other, decide where we want to have our online community (Facebook or something else), and I’ll gather questions for the first module.
New content will be emailed out to you each Tuesday, and you can view the video(s) and work on any assignments as your schedule allows.
“First Class” Program & How To Get A Big Discount
This course is going to be unique among the classes that I’ve offered before. This time I’ll be creating the class as we go, based on the input of the students who are taking the class. That means that if you opt in for this first class of “Gluten Free Mess to Masterpiece in Four Weeks” you will get more than the normal amount of interaction with me. There will also be the expectation that you will actively contribute, ask questions, post your results, complete the lessons, and, in general, help make it a great class.
In exchange for that additional input on your part, you’ll also get a huge discount off of the price of this course. I’m not sure what the ultimate price will be, but it definitely won’t be this low.
This class will be capped at 50 participants to make sure that I will have ample time to respond to everyone’s questions and review everyone’s converted recipe in a timely manner.
This course will take 4 weeks and you should expect to spend approximately 2 hours each week on the class. This includes watching the video, completing any exercises and interacting with me and the other students. If you’re going to have a more than usually busy March, this may not be the best time to take this class. However, all of the videos and exercises will be short so you can definitely work this into the nooks and crannies of your day. Except for the baking parts. You’ll probably want to be in your kitchen (and not the subway or carpool line) for those =)
The cost of the course is $197, and includes ongoing access to all of the class materials, coaching via our community group, and a review of your recipe conversion. Depending on what tools you already have, you may need to spend $50 -$75 on a digital scale, thermometers, and bread pans.
I think that’s all for now. Be on the lookout over the weekend for additional posts, including a sneak peek at one of my live coaching sessions. And if you have questions, please do post them in the comments or email me.
Talk to you soon!