Sun, Oct 04, 11:00am - 2:00pm Mountain Time
This is an entry-level class for anyone interested in learning to bake with sourdough. If you’ve ever wondered what the difference between a starter and a leaven is, thought about how much starter gets thrown away every day or let your old sourdough starter starve from neglect, this is the class for you.
In this hands-on class, you will learn everything you need to know to feed and maintain a starter, how to mix, knead, and shape bread, how and when to use different kinds of flours, and the best way to bake your loaves at home.
You’ll leave class with three beautiful loaves of bread – a loaf of artisan bread that you baked in class and 2 more loaves that you made to take home and bake.
You’ll also take home a package of the tools you need to make amazing sourdough at home:
Class is limited to 6 participants.
Please let us know of any dietary restrictions prior to class and we will do our best to accommodate you.
Please wear closed toed shoes and tie up long hair.
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The Good Food Project was created because we believe that the best thing people can do to improve their health, their finances, and their overall well being, both for themselves and for those they love, is to learn to cook.
We have become a culture where it is more convenient not to cook, and no longer...
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