You Can DOUGH It!
Learn the power of being in the present by baking bread from scratch and how living life to the fullest today can mean thinking about the past.
Join us for interactive workshops during the week of October 10, 2022!
You are doing it all - juggling work priorities, catching up with friends, managing your household, even chasing your kids around the kitchen table from time to time. You live life at 100 miles an hour, but it works. Most of the time.
In four unique interactive classes, you’ll learn the power of being in the present by baking sourdough bread from scratch and how living life to the fullest today can mean thinking about the past.
With only 15 minutes each day, you will:
🥣 Learn how to bake sourdough bread,
🌾 Explore the history and culture of baking,
💗 Connect deeply with your food (and each other), &
🥖 Create a bread baking habit that you can easily sustain.
Whether you want to improve your baking skills, be more mindful, learn how to bake with your children, or simply explore history, this event has your name on it.
The programming was co-created with Eric Pallant, author of Sourdough Culture: A History of Bread Making from Ancient to Modern Bakers.
📙 A copy of Sourdough Culture: A History of Bread Making from Ancient to Modern Bakers by Eric Pallant,
📝 Instructions for making a sourdough starter and two types of sourdough bread,
🎥 Access to the live video events, and
😊 Easy-to-follow worksheets to make baking bread an easy and rewarding part of your life.
How Bread Begins
Monday, Oct. 10
Start your bread off right! Join Eric Pallant in exploring the science of sourdough.
The Care and Feeding of Sourdough
Tuesday, Oct. 11
Ever wonder why humans started making bread? What do you think that first loaf tasted like? Today, we dive into the history of bread.
The Shaping of Dough
Wednesday, Oct. 12
Bread looks different around the world, As we feed our starters, we learn about the cultural role (pun intended) of bread.
Bring Out Your Bread
Thursday, Oct. 13
Sourdough show-and-tell! Share your baking wins and challenges. Our expert baker, Eric, will help you make the best sourdough of your life!
Bread-y Or Not,
Here We Come!
Thursday, Oct. 13
We'll wrap up our week with an interactive discussion about why bread and baking are important.