Sourdough Bread Workshop

November 21st, 2019, 6:30-8PM at Snuck Farm in Pleasant Grove, UT.

For centuries, people have used local grains and wild yeasts to create delicious and healthful sourdough bread. The process has gotten the reputation of being tricky, but it’s actually easy to do at home. Led by expert Greg Hall, our Sourdough Bread workshop will walk you through the process. You’ll leave with new confidence - and a tasty loaf to take home and bake.

From 6:30-8:00 PM on November 21, you’ll learn about why sourdough breads are healthier, and how to make a loaf that takes advantage of local and whole grains. Greg will navigate you through the ins and outs of caring for your sourdough starter so you can take your knowledge and turn it into a regular bread-baking practice. Then, you’ll get hands-on practice making your very own loaf, as well as the recipe and starter you’ll need to duplicate your effort at home.

Please bring your own large mixing bowl, and a set of measuring cups and spoons.

What to expect:

  • Engaging learning about the history of sourdough.
  • Tips and tricks for making your own sourdough starter.
  • Hands-on practice mixing, kneading, and shaping a sourdough loaf.
  • Time for questions you have about making bread.
  • A recipe and sourdough starter to take home and use for future bread-baking.

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