Venue The Almond Thief Webbers Yard Industrial Estate Webbers Way, Dartington, Totnes, TQ9 6JY
With Dan Misfud
Next date 18th May 4:30 pm
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About this course
Saturday March 23, 4:30-8pm & Sunday March 24, 10-5pm
Saturday May 18, 4:30-8pm & Sunday May 19, 10-5pm
On Saturday, join us for a quick lesson on the theory behind sourdough and then jump into mixing, shaping and proving, ending the day with a convivial supper in the bakery.
On Sunday we’ll get an earlier start, baking the previous day’s bread and spend a full day baking, stopping for a shared lunch.
Over the two-day course you will learn the basics of sourdough and how to make a range of sourdough loaves, including porridge bread, sprouted grain, and seeded breads.
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Please note: 25% of your course fee is non-refundable should you need to cancel your place
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