Learn the basics on how to make your own sourdough starter culture and a classic sourdough boule. Almost no knead, autolyse, folding and resting will be highlighted along with nutrition and health benefits. Everyone will walk away with their own jar of sourdough starter they make that day and a recipe guide with everything mapped out in detail to help you begin sourdough bread baking on your own! Lite appetizers and refreshments will be served.
When: Thursday, September 29th, 6-8pm
Instructor: Emma Moore, Co-Founder Women’s Heritage and Heritage Goods and Supply
Location: Heritage Goods and Supply, Carpinteria location
About Emma: Emma is an educator, holistic nutritionist (NTP), yogi, healthy lifestyle coach and most importantly, a mother who cares about her children and how they are being raised in this world. Growing up on a farm in the Central Valley she gained an appreciation for the earth, local ingredients and home-cooked meals. After her children were born she started fermenting, canning and dabbling in urban homesteading life. Currently, she cooks whole nourishing foods daily, is co-founder of Women’s Heritage and Heritage Goods and Supply, a curated country store in Carpinteria California where she teaches classes on fermentation, food preservation and cooking. When she’s not in the kitchen Emma enjoys being outside and in nature with her family and is excited to share her passion of cooking and wellbeing with others.
*Note: There is a 3 person minimum requirement for this class to proceed. If we do not reach 3 participants we will unfortunately have to cancel the class and refund you in full 48 hours before the scheduled workshop.