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Say goodbye to shop-bought gluten-free bread and cakes by learning how to make your own at the Kitchen in the Castle cookery school in Howth, Co Dublin from March 10.

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor

@gnelis
23rd February, 2014
A four-week gluten-free cooking course which starts at the school next month aims to help students build up a repertoire of tasty gluten-free snacks and dishes.

Say goodbye to shop-bought gluten-free bread and cakes by learning how to make your own at the Kitchen in the Castle cookery school in Howth, Co Dublin **from March 10.**

Having recently been diagnosed with coeliac disease, the school's owner Edwina St Lawrence (above left) devised a series of classes aimed at those in the same boat. ''The gluten-free options in many shops and restaurants are dull and unappetising and do not entice coeliacs to eat...

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