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The Scrumptious Science of Sourdough
In this one-time class, we will discuss the science behind sourdough bread making, make our own sourdough starter, and learn how to feed our starter. Resources for baking your first loaf of scrumptious sourdough bread will be provided.
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In this hands-on class, we will talk briefly about the science of sourdough making, then make our own starter. (Sharp equipment such as knives, graters, and/or food processors will be used.) We will then learn how to care for and feed our starter. (It's almost like having a pet that only needs to eat once a week!) I will answer any questions learners have about sourdough and provide links and resources for baking their first loaves of scrumptious bread. We will also discuss uses for...
Students will learn to make a sourdough starter and the science behind capturing wild yeast for baking.
Large, glass airtight container, approximately 2 liters or a half-gallon Large mixing bowl Kitchen knife appropriate for cutting apple Grater or food processor Spatula Kitchen Scale (dry measuring cups can be used, but they are not as accurate) Liquid measuring cup Filtered Water White or wheat bread flour (organic if possible) One large apple or two small apples (works best if the apple is organic; if not, wash and dry thoroughly) Tea towel and wet wash cloth Optional: Sharpie or rubber band large enough to fit around your container
Assessment will be informal.
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Allergen Warning: Wheat/Gluten This class will use basic kitchen equipment, including items that pose a cutting hazard such as a cheese grater, knife, and/or food processor. Although we will not be using an oven in this class, links will be provided to instructions for baking sourdough bread. For this step, students will need to use an oven. Links to sourdough baking resources may include blogs that contain content on other topics. Parental supervision is recommended.
Alanna Ireland Writing instruction for beginning, struggling, and reluctant writers (& more!)
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My name is Alanna Ireland and I believe that anyone can write (and maybe even learn to love it)! I am a homeschool mom with a bachelor's in Education who provides writing instruction, tutoring, proofreading, and grading assistance to students...