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Explore the simplicity of French baking and discover why artisan bread is such an integral part of day-to-day life in France.
Bread shouldn't just be bought and buttered; it should be lovingly crafted, cared for and devoured; something the French have perfected over the centuries. This practical course puts bread back at the heart of every meal. During the course students will bake;
From selecting flour to improving your folding, this is for anyone who wants to create their own taste of the Continent and improve their baking skills.
This course includes light refreshments and lunch.
All ingredients, equipment and recipes are provided by the School
"I really felt that Emmanuel took the time to explain how to use the techniques we learnt in our own ovens giving us confidence to try again and again at home."
"This is now my second visit to the School and both have been hugely enjoyable and useful. I now have kitchen joy instead of kitchen fear."
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