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Bread-making courses, classes and workshops taught all across the UK. Want to learn the art of artisan bread making? Get to grips with rolls, focaccia, rustic soda breads, challah, parmesan buns, garlic rings, bagels and full your home with the wonderful aroma of freshly baked bread! It's healthier too. Learn bread making secrets from artisan bakers.

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Next course on 17th March 2017
Click through above to see our website and browse our full 2017 course programme. Our Bread workshops are always very productive - Gillian will explain over our morning coffee the importance of the various ingredients, dried yeast versus fresh, liquids and proving times - and very soon you'll be making your first loaf of basic farmhouse bread (wholemeal or granary). You will quickly move on to rolls, focaccia, rustic soda breads, challah, parmesan buns, garlic...
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Breadmaking Join us for a day of breadmaking and learn how to make loaves to be proud of! You will try out a range of dough making techniques using different flours and learn how to shape your dough into loaves, rolls and Mediterranean breads. You will leave with the bread you have made and a booklet of bread making advice and recipes to help you continue your bread making journey. Tutor: Kath Corfield Kath runs...
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Next course on 18th March 2017
Click through above to see our website and browse our full course programme. Artisan Cheese making at Home with Rachael Shreeve from 'Aries Dairies' 9.30-2.30pm ish each day During this Greystoke course you will learn about the basics of making cheese; the important differences between hard and soft cheeses, what varies the taste of the cheese , the importance of different starter cultures, different curdling agents and how temperature and humidity effect the final product....
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Sourdough bread is becoming increasingly popular, for the very good reason that it tastes as amazing as it looks, and it hugely beneficial effects on your digestive system. Contrary to popular belief, it doesn't even have to taste 'sour'. It is a natural, wild yeast leaven that can be used to create a huge range of tastes. The Artisan Sourdough & Rye Day is a hands-on workshop devoted to learning how to: * Manage consistently...
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Rachael Watson is a home taught baker and a local GP. In her one day classes she will share her knowledge, skill and enthusiasm for baking beautiful breads from around the world. Finish the day with lunch and a glass of wine in the sunroom. “I had a marvellous time and learnt so much… I loved the course and being in your fabulous home and meeting the fellow bakers… We were amazed that we’d created...
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Next course on 29th January 2017
Bread Making - Beginners Tutor: Ursula Ferrigno Beginner’s Bread-making with our new tutor, Ursula Ferrigno. She will be running an intensive one-day course for beginners and to help people to improve their bread-making skills. The course will combine demonstration and hands–on baking with an understanding of what is going on in bread-making. Students will be making three different breads to take home, plus two starter doughs. COURSE CONTENT Introduction to the world of flours, and...
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BRILLIANT BAKING WITHOUT THE GLUTEN Beyond the additive-laden GF loaves wrapped in shrouds of plastic, and the boring old branded mixes of rice and potato flour, there exists a whole planet full of fascinating flours that are not only naturally gluten-free, but highly nutritious. On your day at The Artisan Bakery School, you will learn the different properties of flours made from nuts, beans, grains and vegetable starches and how to blend your own house...
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Click through above to see our website and browse our full 2016 course programme. Gluten Free 'Breads and Pastries' 10am to 2.30pm Anyone who has ever tried to make Pastry, Bread, Biscuits or Scones gluten free knows that result can be disappointing. Gillian Harris bakes for several gluten free clients and is well versed on all the hazards of cooking without gluten, with hints and tips on getting the best out of her recipes. She...
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Gluten-Free Baking Tutor: Ursula Ferrigno Many people know that gluten in food affects their health; many others don't. The testing in this country is not as comprehensive as in some other European countries. Gluten intolerance can lead to stomach bloating and pain, lethargy and more severe reactions. Most shop-bought bread contains not only gluten, but many other additives which may be harmful to your health and not suit your body. This one-day course will cover...
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Next course on 10th March 2017
Spend the day on a wild cooking bushcraft course with the Wildman of the North! On this course you will learn to prepare, cook and eat rabbit, fish and maybe pheasant if in season. Also you will have the chance to make bread as well. You will learn to cook on an outside fire. Maximum of 4 people. No places will be booked without payment being made on the day of booking and no gift...