I am posting this tutorial because many of my students have written me about having trouble getting around in the Udemy interface or finding downloadable resources.
If you are having trouble getting around in the Udemy interface and need a little help, then you might find the following information helpful.
When you are logged into Udemy and you open your course you can see a small square at the top right hand corner with an “i” in it. If you click on that icon it will take you to view a Udemy video on how to navigate the course.
If you are having trouble finding the resources in the course (the downloadable pdfs which are the formulas and any booklets). First you need to be in the lecture where the resources are available. In my courses go to any of the “formula” lectures and you will be able to follow the directions below:Continue reading
NEW course Launch!
Join my new sourdough baking course here: Sourdough Bread Baking Experiments
In this course, I boiled bread, worked with low inoculation, double hydrations, motherdough, overnight ferments, super high hydration (Cristal Bread) and other fun experimental methods. I also played around with some heritage grains, Spelt and Teff. There is even a failed experiment with double hydration!Continue reading
Edited: This course was offered for free for six weeks, it is now a paid course On Udemy.com at the modest price of only $20.00. You can purchase it here at a discount for $15.00: Make the Best Pizza
I have launched a new baking course! It is called, “Bake the Best Pizza – Neo-Neapolitan Pizza Crust.”
Hi everyone! Spring makes me feel so good! I am working on a new baking course and it is coming along fine. I love it when I am baking a lot as I am sure most of you do!
Sorry to those that missed out on the super baking course discounts before the April 4th deadline. I have had several people contact me with disappointment.Continue reading
My sixth baking course called, “Learn to Bake Magnificent Challah,” has launched!
In this new course I cover three types of Challah, a commercially yeasted dessert Challah, a hybrid Challah using both commercial yeast and sourdough and a sourdough only Challah. The course took me many months of testing with help from a group of formula testers (photos from the test bakers are included in the course).
Photo is from a future course I am working on.
And it’s okay! I am happy with their pricing policy change and I’m on board with their new direction. However, I thought I would give you, my baker friends, a last chance to get into my sourdough baking courses at the lower prices before they are no longer available. Although I’ve already changed some of my prices to reflect the new Udemy pricing, Udemy will not allow Continue reading