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Secrets of Artisan Baking
This course comprises 9 videos (about 40 minutes in total), with recipes, notes and access to help by email. Stream or download.
We take you through each of the key stages of baking. By the end of the course you should be able to make a fantastic crusty loaf which your family and friends will be amazed at.
You’ll also understand what’s going on at each stage as Simon shares his secrets and tips from 30 years of baking.The great thing about seeing the videos is that you can really see what’s going on – and you can view them as often as you like. The course is really designed as a half way house between doing a day course, and buying a book.
If you’re new to baking or just need to improve, this is the course to buy.
Buy now for £30
Sourdough made easy
Our next course is all about sourdough – the ultimate baker’s art. The comprises 5 videos (about 45 minutes in total), recipes, notes and help by email. Stream or download.
The course shows you what sourdough is, and how to make, care for and feed your sourdough culture to be ready for baking day.
Simon then takes you through recipes and methods for three quite different loaves – a mixed grain open-textured Pain de Campagne, a substantial seeded loaf, and a 100% rye sourdough or pumpernickel.
If you’re new to baking or need a refresher, we recommend doing the Artisan Secrets course first.
Buy now for £25
Or buy both courses
Make sure you have all the basic artisan secrets first, then go on to the ultimate bakers’ art of great sourdough. You have lifetime access so you can watch again and again until you can bake like the master!
Buy now for £49
“Simon, I have been baking bread now for couple of years picking up hints and ideas as I have gone along from books and TV. Perhaps because I understand more about bread making now but I have found your course the most useful / inspiring yet – truly excellent.” Iain P