Friday 5 May 2017 (Cirencester)
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Sourdough bread, made with a ‘wild’ yeast culture instead of commercial yeast, is delicious, has a distinctive taste and is easier to digest than many other breads because of its longer fermentation. But it can be bewildering to know where to begin: How do you make and maintain a starter? How can you fit bread that takes days to make into your busy life? Why do baking books and websites use such a wild array of terminology and techniques about sourdough?
This class will be taught at our new Cirencester OMB by amazing baker and cook Marianne Bradley. Address info given on booking.