What you'll do
The preparing and baking of naturally-leavened bread is usually done over the course of a couple days, so this workshop gives you hands-on experience with the steps, without waiting the full time for each. We start with an overview on the local natural ingredients and some fun facts about the "whys" of the bread. Next you get to feed your very own starter and learn how to take care of your new baby. Then we'll cover the leaven. While doing this we'll toss some ready to bake dough into the oven. Then on to the dough and the folding. You'll do this for a couple rounds in class, and then can take home and finish and bake according to your schedule. We'll of course sample the bread and discuss great custom loaves. Past students may show up and share some of their recent creations. You'll have a guide sheet throughout that you can take home.
Hi, I'm Jordan. I dove deep into learning a classic method of making bread with just flour, water, and a little salt. I wanted to get the great flavour, fantastic nutrition, and incredible versatility that homemade bread brings, so I began my journey. After loads of videos, reading and re-reading books, bread class, and weeks of caring for my homegrown starter, I baked my first bread. From there I baked every weekend, and began sharing the bread and the method I'd customized for me. The reaction was unlike anything I'd experienced with a creative venture. Hence I'm sharing that method in the format I wish I had available to me when I learned: a hands-on workshop. Every home should have fresh-baked bread. It isn't that hard - humans have been doing it from the dawn of time. See you soon! Jordan
Sample the fresh bread by itself, and with various foods that complement it.
You'll get the flours, salt, and water you need to make your first dough in class, and will also get your own starter and the…
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Where you'll be
The class is taught in the instructor's home in Suncrest in Draper, Utah, at the South end of the Salt Lake Valley. It has a roomy modern kitchen, with immaculate views of the Wasatch Mountain Range. All ingredients are from within an hour or two of Draper.
Things to keep in mind
For a full refund, cancel at least 7 days before the experience is scheduled to start or within 24 hours of purchase.
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Up to 10 guests ages 12 and up can attend. Parents may also bring children under 2 years of age.
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