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Sourdough Bread Baking 101

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I’ve decided to feature one baking course at a time with a nice discount during the months leading up to Black Friday and Christmas. Baking courses make a really nice present for an aspiring baker, newlywed couple or retired people who want to take up a new hobby. It is also a great gift idea for teenagers (give them something fun to do!).

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This week the beginning sourdough course, “Sourdough Bread Baking 101.” is being featured. In this course I will take you step by step through making your very own sourdough starter to baking your first and second loaf of bread. The first loaf is a one day loaf that is easy and fun to bake and a great introduction to sourdough baking. With the second loaf, you will learn about autolyse and try a higher hydration (wetter) dough to produce your first batard (french style shaped loaf).

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Besides lectures and videos, the course includes a small e-book explaining the sourdough starter process, feeding and care as well as more information on other types of pre-ferments like motherdough.

This course is designed to launch you on your journey of making the best bread in the world – sourdough! You will be given plenty of information about sourdough baking to remove the fear factor but not enough to actually overwhelm you.

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All of my courses are for your lifetime, at your own pace and online, so you can follow them anywhere you have access to the internet or mobile device. You will also have not only me to help you along the way, but thousands of other bakers, in the courses and in my group, “Perfect Sourdough” on Facebook.

So what are you waiting for? Dive in and begin your journey to baking the best bread in the world.

Click the link below to access the course for only $12.00 until November 10th:

Sourdough Bread Baking 101

Just before Black Friday, I will announce my CHRISTMAS GIVEAWAY, so stay tuned. Yes, Brod and Taylor is involved! Everyone on my email list will be the first to know the details…

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Have fun baking everyone! Teresa

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1 Comment

  1. November 5, 2016    

    Hello Theresa, Paul Johnson here from Oakville WA. hope you remember me from the old days. Hope this note finds you well.

    I am trying to make your Asiago, Kalamata, Rosemary Loaf. (this is a one day bake project) I fear I may have the recipe wrong. I googled it and came up with the header for your blog post from back in 2008, but the recipe doesn’t display. Is it possible to get the recipe from you? If it is in one of your books I would be happy to buy it again if possible. \

    Best,
    Paul

    By the way, I bought a big (20qt) mixer this summer, Have blogged about it on my blog (see below)

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