This one day introduction to baking is designed as an easy introduction to bread making at home,
This course is an introduction to the art that is baking. It will introduce you to the science and practical steps behind long fermentation, serving as a brilliant starting point for you to go home and start making really great bread. Learn about dough development using different types of yeast and how to balance a recipe.
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No. of places per course: 6
Price per person includes light refreshments and lunch.
All ingredients, equipment and recipes are provided by Shipton Mill.
Courses start at 9:30am but please try and arrive by 9:15am. The day will finish around 4:00pm.
You may cancel at anytime but if we are unable to fill the place then we will be unable to offer a refund. So please give us as much notice as possible.
Location: This course takes place in the test bakery at our Frampton Mill site in the village of Frampton-on-Severn (click here for Google Map).
For those requiring a place to stay in the village, Frampton Court Estate offers beautifully furnished rooms and fabulous views. See their website for more details www.framptoncourtestate.co.uk
These boards are individually hand-made by a local craftsman, using wood sourced in Gloucestershire, and are part of our growing range of quality baking equipment.
Nigel guides the wood into a rectangular shape but allows the timber’s natural form to flow, so the edges are delightfully wonky. This coupled with the natural variations of wood means each board is unique. More ...
We endeavour to despatch your order within 3-5 working days. For orders received before 11am we do our utmost to deliver next working day but this is not guaranteed. More ...
We offer Free Delivery to most parts of the country on order values of £30 or more up to a maximum weight of 100kg; standard delivery on orders below £30 is £6. More ...
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Ideally flour should be kept in a sealed container in a cool dry place with stable temperature. Typically white flour has a shelf life from milling of 12 months. Wholemeal flour will be good for 6 months. More ...