Extend their knowledge with kits of every kind

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I love learning new things, new skills, not just in food. But you can’t always afford a class, or have the time either, so the growth in make it yourself kits is great. We’ve come a long way from the home brew kits I remember as a kid, here’s some of the most interesting ones I’ve come across:

 

Make Your Own Bacon - perfect gift for bacon loving food lover

 

Make Your Own Bacon – I’m from the north. I love my bacon. This is my kind of kit. I also live in an area with some stunning farmshops around for great pork for the starting point.

 

Brewdog Punk Ipa Brew Your Own Kit

 

Brewdog Punk IPA Beer Making Kit – nothing like beer kits from the 1970s. I imagine the end result is a lot more tasty as well. Though some of the kit seems not to have moved on since my dad made his own.

 

Biltong Making Kit -for homesick South African food lovers, perfect gift

 

Biltong Making Kit – as MFL hails from South Africa, then maybe this is one for him, see how close he can come to the authentic stuff he remembers.

 

The Ultimate Cheese Making Kit

 

The Ultimate Cheese Making Kit – one day you’re reading the instructions for this kit and making your first batch, next you’re shooting the breeze with Alex James and swapping cheese tips. Well, you never know!

 

Home Gin Making Kit - is there a food lover this isn't a perfect gift for

 

Home Gin Making Kit – now, I know this can’t be as good as a night at 45 Gin School, but could well be the next best thing in my view.

 

Kilner Preserving Kit - perfect gift for a food lover who wants jam on it

 

Kilner Preserving Starter Kit -here’s a kit designed to last a lifetime, and a skill that should see you through too. From jam to pickles, it all starts in the same way.

So, all kinds of skills to learn, and a great gift to give a food lover, even just as a taster of the skill involved. Who knows where it will lead them?

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Helen Tarver

Collector of great gifts and fabulous food, mum, cake baker & eater, wine opener. I write about food and the gift of it in its many forms.

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