Is fish a part of your regular diet ?


With so many great reasons to eat fish, it’s a wonder we don’t all cook it more often. But perhaps it isn’t as simple as we think. Many people shy away from fish because they don’t know how to prepare fish , let alone cook it. If this is your perception, than I’ve got great news or you. Learning to cook fish is not as difficult as you might think! On our Fish cookery class A few simple steps will show you how to look out for good fish, how to clean it. Then learn some easy recipes to create great tasty fish dishes. The simplicity of the recipes could fool you, but wait till you taste., you’re in for treat.

Learn to cook fish

You will learn to buy good fish
How to clean and prepare fish
Learn to make great fish stock
Learn several fish recipes for everyday eating and for fine dining.
Take home what you cook and impress your family and friends
Reasons to eat fish – The Medicinal benefits

Fish is an excellent low fat food packed with essential fatty acids that are great for the brain.

Fish is a great protein, and one that is easily digested, better than chicken or red meat.

Fish is very high in other vitamins and minerals as well as protein, like iodine, magnesium, phosphorous , vitamin a and d, Fish is brilliant for pregnant women, very high in many key minerals for the unborn baby, providing lots of key nutrients a baby needs to develop a strong healthy brain, good eye function, tuna, mackerel and sardines are great for lactating women.

Eating fish is Los known to reduce your chances of stoke and heart attacks. The omega 3 fatty acids hels to strengthen the cellular membranes against attack Fish , like aspirin keeps the blood platelets from clumping, thus preventing clots.

Fish such as salmon, mackerel, herring, sardines, and albacore tuna is excellent for reducing joint inflammation, as they are high in omega 3 oils Fish is very good at lowering blood cholesterol levels.

Eating at least 2 portions of fish per week is very good for the management of diabetics as it controls blood sugar levels Eating fish which is high in omega 3 could help to prevent Alzheimer’s diseases.

Fish cookery classes

Our Fish Cooking Classes are available at The Cooking Academy here in Rickmansworth and in our new Amersham location in Buckinghamshire. To book onto one of our fish cookery classes contact Sonia Basra on 01923 778880 or email

Nutritional expert

Kumud Gandhi is a food scientist, writer and broadcaster and founder of The Cooking Academy – A cookery school that puts ingredients at the heart of everything they teach. They specialise in teaching Pan Asian, Indian and Middle Eastern cookery as well as teaching the essence of everyday British & European dishes to children and teenagers to get them started on their food journey in life.


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