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(9am – 6pm) Fundamentals of Artisan Bread Making (Intermediate) – AI0316

16 , 17 March 2020
9:00 am - 6:00 pm
$100 - $500
Join Chef Judy and her team as they shares with you the skills of baking Artisan breads in an intermediate level – with in-depth understanding of the theoretical and practical aspects of Artisan Bread making. In this course, you will learn both theoretical and practical skills, with plenty of hands-on practice to hone your skills.
Difficulty
Intermediate

Method of Instruction
Hands-on

Cuisine
Baking - Bread

Funding Available
SkillsFuture

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[Deposit SkillFuture Option] Fundamentals of Artisan Bread Making (Intermediate) - AI0316
$100.00

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[Non SkillFuture Option] Fundamentals of Artisan Bread Making (Intermediate) - AI0316
$500.00

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*Creative Culinaire will issue a certificate upon completion of course

Pre-requisite: Attendance in our Artisan foundation bread class, or demonstrate adequate knowledge in bread making (participants will be assumed to have basic knowledge of bread making)

What to expect:

  • Pre-weighed Ingredients for the class and recipe for all items learnt
  • Hands-on class. Explore and understand the theoretical and practical aspects of Artisan Bread making including Sourdough Bread.
  • Understand the advanced technical terms and concepts: different types of baker’s percentage, protein level, ash level, falling numbers, farinograph, moisture level, friction level and using commercial equipment
  • Exploring the key characteristics of ingredients – Advanced (Flour, water, temperature, pH, hydration)
  • Advanced exploration or enriching ingredients and key considerations
  • Advanced scoring and shaping breads
  • Using natural ingredients to improve taste and shelf life (15mins)
  • Advance bread making methods to improve taste and flavor profile of breads
  • Current and emerging trends in breads (Flavours, Technique, Ingredients
  • Creating a desired outlook for your breads
  • Waste management
  • Drying fresh sourdough to make dried sourdough powder for longer storage