Bread baking is a necessity for the modern times, my friends, whether you eat bread or not. Not only good for your pocket book, but also for your mind and spirit. Not to mention your adoring fans (who will love you especially well for your new skills).
I think that learning "bread making" promotes anxiety because you have to read through lengthy descriptions on how to master the following intricacies.
All you'd like is a nice boule or baguette on the table, yes?
1.) the rise
2.) when to start kneading
3.) when to stop kneading
4.) the next rise (and the next)
5.) when to bake
But to bake with me you only have to remember one thing...See and touch your dough.
Quick and easy can, in fact, be a reality of bread making but, more importantly, simple and clear instructions are tantamount. So c'mon, let's make bread together. It's fun and it's soothes my soul. Starting in
mid-May I'll have that first tutorial on kneading dough. It'll be in video format, so it's like working in the kitchen together!
A live class is so much easier than reading instructions. Plus I'll show you my dough so you know what your dough should look like like. How 'bout that?
1st episode in my course on bread making coming soon to the blog. As always, I'd love for you to ask questions and comment. AND! If you like this...share it with someone who would like it just as much as you did!
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