Bread Making Workshops in Worcestershire with Bread At Home

Range of flours for our bread making workshops - wholemeal, spelt, strong white, rye, light malted

The flours we use in the workshop

Bread at Home aims to promote home bread making by teaching you how to make your own additive-free bread in our relaxed bread making workshops. Workshops are held on selected Saturdays and Mondays throughout the year. This year’s courses are aimed at beginners to give confidence and skills in making your own bread. Come and join me. See the calendar for a list of workshops.

 

Bread making workshops - Attendees at work preparing their loaves

Hard at work shaping loaves

Baking your own bread can be one of the most enjoyable things once you know how to do it. Avoid buying bags of bread mix and special bread making ovens.

In the Bread making workshops, we teach you to make preservative and additive free bread that is a pleasure to eat. My family love the fresh bread I bake and it’s easy to do, once you have the know-how!

You can fit bread making into your everyday life, I’ve done so myself. It’s a case of timing and the bread making workshop will give you all the information you need to time your bread making to perfection.

4 thoughts on “Bread Making Workshops in Worcestershire with Bread At Home

  1. This is great!
    We need to encourage more people to home bake, whether with a bread maker or by hand. It is possible to schedule making real bread into a busy lifestyle – I know because I do it! Working full-time Monday – Friday does not stop me from baking at the weekend for the whole week. Fresh sourdough can be taken from the freezer and is nearly as good as eaten freshly baked and my other loaves freeze well too. I never ever throw my own bread away and have never found it moldy, stale maybe but not growing mold. It’s all about believing you can manage time effectively and some essential basic inexpensive equipment, including a programmable timer.

    • Thanks for the feedback, Heather. You’re absolutely right about being able to fit breadmaking into your weekly schedule. It needs a bit of planning and motivation. I think when people realise it’s possible and so satisfying, they will consider it.
      Janice :-)

  2. I would like to buy my son a one day course for his Christmas present. Could you please give dates and details for next year. Do I need to book a course or can I give him a voucher so that he can choose his own date.

    I look forward to hearing from you.

  3. I am interested in giving my son and daughter-in-law a breadmaking course. Can you tell me what they might be making, do they take what they make home, is lunch provided and how long is the day course please?

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