/Which workshop should I attend?

Which workshop should I attend?

During our workshops we focus in particular on the questions regarding how things take place rather than simply what takes place in the process of baking bread. This way we hope to provide you with the autonomy to adjust recipes and procedures for bread making to the circumstances with which you personally are baking.

Expect to get insight in the ways different materials and the ratios in which you bring them together influence the character of your dough and bread. Gain an understanding of how different circumstances of baking like temperature, influence the development of your dough and much more…

Not sure which workshops to choose? Have a look at the table below.

Just beginning or have you never baked before? Do you want to learn the basics of shaping, baking and dough making with bakers yeast? This short introduction workshop is the right starting point for you.Basic bread workshop for beginners
(no prior experience necessary)
Are you curious about sourdough bread baking? This workshop doesn’t require prior knowledge. The focus of this workshop will be on working with the senses to get a feel for the process. You will be learning about the basic principles of baking with natural sourdough fermentation.Sourdough bread for beginners
(no prior experience necessary)
Have you worked with sourdough before and do you want to learn more about the underlying principles for more proces control? During this workshop we will dive into the processes that govern sourdough doughs. This workshops requires some basic knowledge and baking experience with sourdough. Sourdough bread
(prior experience necessary)
The workshop theme may vary. In general these SPECIAL workshop address specific questions from the attendees related to sourdough. We also have more time to explain important aspects of fermentation and the underlying science of fermentation, while enjoying our home made food. The workshops often incorporate an extra workshop theme or professional guest.Theme & SPECIAL Workshops
(often prior experience is required)