Open your oven to the delicious European-art of Artisan Bread. Get a friend or three and knead some quality time together as you’ll learn to make loaves of French heaven, completely from scratch. Your off-the-shelf sandwich bread days are finally over.
Baking bread is a very satisfying feeling, the wholesomeness of a crusty loaf, the lingering aroma from the oven and the knowledge that you are eating healthy. This once-dying art has seen a renaissance with more artisan / gourmet breads returning to home kitchens. Famous food authors like Michael Pollan have recently taken epic journeys to learn this art – you don’t even have to step out. Because we’ll come over with oven, flour and all, and teach you how to make 2 types of breads.
Learn to make 2 types of bread
All the ingredients and tools required for the workshop
A set of essential baker tools for each person to take home and apply their newly-learnt skills
Minimum 2 people required for a booking.
You will need a table to place the equipment on, during the workshop
Age Limit: Participants must be 6 years of age or older
Physical Requirements: None
Cancellation Policy: Less than 10 days before the start date of the Experience – No Refund.
Reschedule Policy: One change of date permitted with a minimum of 5 days notice BEFORE the start date of the Experience. New date must be chosen at time of rescheduling.
And first we rise
While the first bread is rising, you will prepare ingredients for the second bread and start on it. This will be with minimal supervision, with you taking the lead. Next it is time to knock down that bread. You will learn how to tell when a bread is proved. No it doesn’t come with an ISI certificate.
Into the oven
While your breads are in the oven, the Instructor will talk to you about a few dips and spreads that go well with bread, the types of flours that can be used for breadmaking and the differences, the history of bread etc.
Learn as you bake
You will also learn about the proper storage of bread, the possibility of freezing dough or bread, sources of fresh and dried yeast and the difference between the two.
A fresh experience
Everybody is given their freshly-baked breads to take home and savour, as well as the recipes, a small package of fresh yeast and a toolkit to get you started.
In this 3 hour experience you will learn to make 2 types of breads
The entire group will get learn only two bread recipes together.
Yes, if you have an OTG or Convection oven.
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Yes, all the breads can be done eggless too.