Indulge in two days of sourdough celebration with longtime baker Lisa. In this introductory class, shell cover everything you need to know for sourdough success from developing and caring for your starter to getting hands-on experience mixing, stretching, shaping and baking your final loaf. On Day 1, Lisa will guide you through the process of preparing starters for bread-making, and how to mix and fold dough for overnight fermentation. Youll enjoy Sourdough Waffles, made primarily with discarded starter. On Day 2, shell go in depth on sourdough starter and cover the secrets to scoring and baking, and show you what to look for in the finished product. After tasting loaves fresh from the oven, youll go home with your own loaves of bread, sourdough starter and the confidence to continue your sourdough journey at home.
Vegetarian with dairy, eggs, and gluten.
About the instructor: Lisa has loved the kitchen for as long as she can remember. While she has experience teaching school subjects to elementary students, as well as cooking and baking professionally, Lisa finds real delight helping people of all ages connect to food, empowering them to transform great ingredients into deliciousness for the whole family. When she’s not teaching, Lisa is busy bringing sourdough bread and other pastries, all made from locally-grown, locally-milled flours, to area Farmer’s Markets. Lisa is a member of the Bread Bakers Guild of America.
- This is a hands-on format class for adults.
- Class information will be emailed 48 hours before class. Our emails can get caught in spam filters or blocked entirely, please contact us if you don't receive the class information.
- Cancellation Policy: Classes are nonrefundable. If you cannot attend, you can request a class credit or transfer to a different class up to 7 days prior to class or have someone attend in your place.
- Sourdough Country Loaf
- Sourdough Waffles
- Sourdough Starter