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Dough Versity with Hilary Cacchio - Great Braxted, Essex CM8 9EN
This hands-on workshop (suitable for both beginners and those who would like to expand their knowledge and repertoire) This is a cheats’ route into simple bread making offering a huge repertoire of breads from just one dough. You will master One simple Dough and make 6 different styles of bread plus go home with recipes for an additional 4 different breads. You will learn techniques that will enable you to make the dough in 15 minutes hands on time. You will learn how you can store the dough in the fridge for several days, giving the opportunity to have fresh bread within 20 minutes of returning home after a hard day at the office. You will learn the 7 stages of bread making from activating commercial yeast to eating the fruits of your labour and even how to design your own seasonal breads. The workshop will include tips on how to choose the best yeasts, the best flours to make great, healthy breads with very little input. For more details go to www.hilarycacchio.comLocation: Braxted Park Cookery School, Braxted Park Estate
Contact: 01621 email@example.com/Sharon Sonnex
Organisers: The Cookery School at Braxted Park
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Sourdough Bread Baking for Beginners - Walthamstow, London
Using sourdough culture is an ancient method of making bread. Come and learn the basics of this wonderful technique to bake incredibly nutritious and tasty loaves. You will learn to make sourdough starters and production leavens and experiment with different doughs. By the end of the workshop your own handmade sourdough loaf will be ready to take home together with your own starter for future baking, recipes and a handful of new skills. Booking essential £50Location: Blackhorse Workshop, 1-2 Sutherland Road Path, E17 6BX
Organisers: The Fermentarium
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Artisan Bread Course - Full Day - London
Learn all the skills you need to start making amazing artisan bread in your own home, taught by craft Baker Max Tobias. This full day course covers everything you need to make 5 different doughs & a multitude of breads:- 1. Sourdough 2. Slow fermented White (yeasted dough) 3. Brioche (enriched dough) 4. Soda Bread 5. Walnut & Raisin bread The course runs from 9.30-4.30 including lunch and refreshments which will be provided throughout the day. Included in the price is a baking starter kit including recipes, dough scraper & some of Max's sourdough starter which you can maintain at home for years of happy baking. You will also take home all of the bread you bake in a lovely jute bag.Location: The Dusty Knuckle Bakery, Abbot Street (5 mins from Dalston Junction)
Organisers: Craft Food London
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Advanced Bread Making - London
Are you an experienced home baker who wants to fine tune your skills? Join us on this 3.5 hour course, taught by artisan baker Max Tobias. The exact schedule for the course will be built around you and the skills you want to practise & develop which we will incorporate into the following outline:- Practical Baking - make the dough/bread you are aiming to perfect and Max will give you expert tuition, personal feedback & advice on how to improve your baking skills Achieving the Perfect Proof - using a series of pre-prepared doughs at 15 minute intervals Max will show you how to reliably identify when your loaf is ready to bake Homebaking advice - get the most out of your oven at home and best equipment to use Q&A & Troubleshooting - bring your photos and questions and Max will help you tackle your most trying issues! Once you book we will be in touch to understand exactly what you are looking to cover & your key priorities so we can ensure the final schedule meets your needs.Location: The Dusty Knuckle Bakery, Abbot Street (5 mins from Dalston Junction)
Organisers: Craft Food London
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VegfestUK Brighton 2016 - London
The UK's largest Vegan Lifestyle Festival makes its return to the Brighton centre this 27-28th February! Bringing you the very best of all things vega, all under one roof!Duration: 2 days
Location: Hammersmith Road
Learn how to set up a microbakery - London
This Bread Angels course will be run on three consecutive Sundays. 28 February, 6 and 13 March from 11.00-15.00 each day. On it, we teach people how to start their own micro bakery. In addition to baking a lot of different kinds of bread, we learn a great deal about ingredients and methodology as well as understand the basics of sales and marketing and the logistics and admin involved in having your own small business.Duration: 3 days
Location: On Cafe, North Street Mews, 97 North Street, SW4 0HF
Organisers: Virtuous Bread
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