Looking to recreate Italian classics without gluten, dairy or eggs? Join Melbourne’s expert Gluten Free & Vegan establishment Shop 225 as they teaches us how to make their signature Gluten Free Pizza recipe with vegan toppings! By adopting these tips and tricks, you can now enjoy the flavour and texture of traditional Italian cuisine in an ethical and creative way without compromising on taste!
In 2018, Shop 225 became the first accredited Gluten Free pizza shop in Australia accredited by Coeliac Australia. In this enlightening and hands-on class, Shop 225 proudly open their doors to us in sharing their story and inspiring us to make and enjoy pizza in an entirely new way! Shop 225’s recipes have attracted a cult following of locals and people across town with their simple Italian ethos, vegan and gluten free offering.
In this hands-on class, we will provide you with a detailed video, instructing you how to create your own pizza dough the night before our class so that you will have pizza dough to work with and cook during our class. We will also make a fresh batch of dough all together in the class from scratch, which you can allow to rest and cook the next day! You can also have the option of making Shop 225’s signature Margherita Pizza or Nutella Dessert Pizza; both non-vegan and vegan options! By the end of this class, you will have gained the confidence and knowledge to reinvent traditional pizza, whilst also learning where to source the freshest seasonal and local ingredients appropriate for gluten free and vegan cooking!
Why spend your weekend alone cooking up a lack lustre meal whilst binging on yet another Netflix series, when you can roll up your sleeves, get into the kitchen and cook up a storm with some fun new foodie friends!
With the world divided in isolation, our mission is to work around the social distancing barrier and bring people together virtually in the comfort of your own home!
WHO: Just your fabulous self! Get ready to meet other like-minded people with a passion for food for a delicious afternoon in!
WHAT: Our interactive and friendly Zoom cooking classes are a great way to socialise, have a laugh and chat with some new people, whilst also refining your cooking skills and learning how to dish up a delicious meal by our expert culinary Instructors!
WHERE: From the comfort of your own home! All you need is access to Zoom on your device of choice and we will take care of the rest!
HOW: Once we have confirmation of your ticket purchase, we will send you all the necessary instructions including your Zoom meeting ID and password, a list of the ingredients you will need and the recipe for the afternoon.
Upon arriving to your cooking class, we will welcome you and your fellow foodies with an introduction and quick demonstration from our expert culinary instructor. You will then embark on your culinary adventure with the group whilst also having the opportunity to interact with our Chef Instructor throughout the afternoon and ask questions as you wish.
At the end of our class, we will come together and debrief about how we all went, whilst feasting on the fruits of our labour family style!
DRESS: We would love to make this experience as authentic as possible so feel free to don your aprons and impress with your home-styled hairdo and smart-casual, fun and fabulous attire!
Your hosts this afternoon will be Owner Lorenzo Tron and Head Chef Edoardo Nicita of Shop 225 in Melbourne. It was late 2016 when this humble pizza shop was opened in Pascoe Vale South. However this suburban pizzeria has already attracted a cult following of locals and people across town with its simple Italian ethos, vegan and gluten free offering. In 2018 we became the first accredited Gluten Free pizza shop in Australia accredited by Coeliac Australia. The restaurant’s focus is traditional home-made pastas and wood fired pizza made from 72-hour leavening dough. The team’s greatest inspiration in the kitchen is drawing from their Italian heritage, whilst passionately sharing how to eat vegan and gluten-free friendly without compromising on taste.