Virtual Sourdough 101 Workshop
Food & Drink
This is an entry-level class for anyone interested in learning to bake with sourdough in your own kitchen. If you’ve ever wondered what the difference between a starter and a leaven is, thought about how much starter gets thrown away every day, or let your old sourdough starter starve from neglect, this is the class for you.
In this hands-on virtual class, you will learn everything you need to know to feed and maintain a starter, how to mix, knead, and shape bread, how and when to use different kinds of flours, and the best way to bake your loaves at home.
During class, you'll work with a starter and three beautiful loaves of bread, each in a different stage of the process - a loaf you'll make start from scratch, one that will be formed and ready to bake after class, and a loaf of artisan bread that you baked in class.
Prior to class, you'll receive a package with everything you need to make amazing sourdough during class and at home:
When you purchase a ticket to this class, you'll also receive complimentary access to The Good Food Project's community of like-minded bakers, where you can connect with other bakers, learn new skills, and discover baking inspiration on a daily basis.
Please note that ingredient packages will be delivered to attendees in the Denver, Colorado metro area only. If you are joining from another location, you are welcome to join the class, but will need to provide your own materials.
Ticket cost is per device and is non-refundable but is transferable, so if you cannot attend, please pass your ticket to the bread lover of your choice.
1 years or older
Everything you need is included and will be delivered to your house prior to class.
Virtual tickets are one per device. Tickets are non-refundable but are transferable, so if you cannot attend, please feel free to pass them to a bread lover of your choice.
The Good Food Project's Project Bake is designed to make baking fun and accessible for everyone. Everybody should know how to cook and bake things they enjoy eating and the more things you can cook, the better.
When you come to our classes, come with an open mind. You’ll try some new things, have a fantastic experience and leave feeling like you have gained the knowledge and confidence that will make your next culinary creation extraordinary.
People tell me that the best takeaways from the classes are not the big lessons, they are the tips and ideas that will make your life easier and improve on what you are already doing. Things like the feel of well-kneaded bread, how to substitute ingredients, and knowing what to do when things go sideways.
Join me for a class. We’ll cook up some great flavors and taste some awesome things together, plus I'd love to talk food with you! Hope to see you soon!