Loaf for Life Workshop

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Loaf for Life Workshop

Practitioners Involved: Peter Voshol

Venues Used: garden-room and farm

Date / Time: Sunday 25th August - 10.30 am to 4 pm

Price: £45.00 includes refreshments, fresh baked lunch and two Sourdough loaves to take home

Join Peter in a whole day of experience in Real bread making! On Sunday 25th August, Peter will introduce you to the benefits and joy of baking your own bread.

To book your place please contact: Peter on 07835 375443 or Richard at the centre on 01525 862278

You can also email loafforlifebakery@gmail.com

Bread making:

For me Real Bread means using whole, alive and natural ingredients provided by Nature. We don't have to add 'dead' chemicals to have bread (or any other food item for that matter) that stays fresh for weeks and months. We don't have to synthesise 'dead' ingredients and add them, like vitamins, minerals, fibres, to our daily bread because Nature provides them for us, alive and well; Flour, Water, Salt and Wild Yeast/Bacteria also known as Sourdough. The rest is trust, love and surrender that Nature will guide me and provide me with the most adorable, tasteful and most pleasurable loaf of LIFE for nourishment.

The process:

We will use organic certified Stoneground flour from a traditional Windmill, Fosters Mill in Swaffham Prior, Cambridgeshire. The other ingredients are water, salt and sourdough starter containing natural 'wild' yeasts. Finally real handwork for the kneading and forming these beautiful tasteful loaves is used. While the rest is time to prove the dough before the final bake. Sourdough loaves are nutritious, satisfying, and low in GI with a great taste.

Cost:

The £45 includes refreshments, own made freshly baked lunch and 2 Real Bread Sourdough loaves to take home. Please bring some of your favourite toppings for pizza, focaccia like olives, paprika, onions, garlic, tomatoes (fresh and/or sundried), or whatever you fancy to share.

To learn more about Peter and his work follow this link: www.loafforlifebakery.co.uk