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Gluten Free Bread Sourdough Demo class

Gluten Free Bread Sourdough Demo class

gluten free sourdough short course demonstrationThis is a short demo class of my usual hands on Gluten Free Sourdough Wholegrain class. I will cover and share with you how to make gluten free wholegrain sourdough breads in your own kitchen from scratch without purchasing expensive ready mix Gluten Free flour without any yeast, additives, and preservatives of any kind.

Gluten free bread that tastes so good, cuts and keeps well – I will show you two types of GF bread, one that is vegan and a dough-form so you can make pizza bases with this and another light GF sourdough loaf which is a liquid dough (this one contains eggs but can be substituted for vegan option)

Gluten Free sourdough bread making is a world on its own, nothing like you have learned before in my normal sourdough classes hence I will cover all aspects of gluten free starter including maintaining your starter. You will be given my gluten free starter to take home

The class starts with gluten-free bread tasting and followed with a talk and demonstration of the whole process of Gluten Free sourdough bread making from starter, dough to baked bread.

I will also share the recipe for my delish Gluten Free ‘real’ profiteroles/eclairs complete with vanilla bean GF custards and chocolate ganache with you and cheese balls (choux pastry)

Tips and tricks I have discovered along the way will be shared with all of you.

A variety of GF wholegrains will be used discussed in this class including buckwheat, rice, teff, quinoa, cassava, and sorghum.

Class Details

  • Duration – 2.5 hrs
  • Includes Comprehensive notes
  • Gluten Free starter

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Please note that some classes may only be run once a year.

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Hi Yoke

I did your sourdough croissant and pastry class on July 8. I had a great time, the food was beautiful and the other participants were great too. The good news is I used the starter to make my best sourdough haloumi (using my home made haloumi), mint and olive bread  and fig, seed and walnut bread ever. I then went on to make pizza’s with it that my partner absolutely loved, so thank you!

My friend and I would like to do the flatbreads and crackers class, and I know you have one coming up. Can you telll me the dates and details for that please so we can book in.

Many thanks, Joanne (WA)