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Wed 22 March 2017, 18:30 – 22:00 GMT
Christmas gift vouchers for our speedy evening class about all things sourdough - Yeast in the East! Either select a specific date or you can select an unspecified date and get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org to book at a later time. You will receive a gift certificate via email which you can print out and present to the recipient!
In this jam packed, 3.5 hour long workshop, you will learn the basics of all things yeasty. Suitable for beginners who want to learn about bread making from scratch or for people who dabble in baking and would like to know more about different types of yeasts.
We will cover:
- Ingredients and proportions
- Yeasts! Sourdough, packet and fresh yeasts, plus how to make your own starter.
- Long prove and sourdough breads, enriched & sweet dough
- Stretch and folding, proving and shaping
- Baking in a wood fired oven and a guide to baking in a home oven.
You will be taught our basic sourdough recipe. You will take home all you make in the session, which include doughnuts, focaccia and a lavender sourdough for you to bake at home. There will also be a dinner provided and some doughy snacks along the way (please let us know if you have any dietary requirements). This class is suitable for all ages. £35 per head (couples and group discounts availiable, please email email@example.com to enquire), class sizes of between 8 – 12 people. Bring your own bottle of booze to enjoy!
From 6.30 – 10.00 pm. (Our location is based opposite Leyton Midland Road station, which is on the London Overground tube line. PLEASE NOTE. THIS STATION IS CLOSED UNTIL FEBRUARY 2017. THE SPACE IS A SHORT WALK FROM LEYTON STATION OR YOU CAN TAKE A BUS FROM WALTHAMSTOW CENTRAL.)
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The classes will be run by Julia Georgallis: Julia is a Londoner with a weakness for baked goods who worked as an industrial designer for four years. 2 and a half years ago, she swapped her design job for an apron and learnt how to bake bread. She has run a great many workshops all over the country, from teaching children about flatbreads in Stroud to making focaccia on a council estate in London. She works as a baker at Better Health Bakery, Haggerston in London and is studying for a qualification in Nutrition when she is not running The Bread Companion.