What’s right for you?
So you’re a beginner and you want to be making, eating and sharing great bread soon.
I can show you how to get started and to build good habits from day 1 – too many beginners follow incomplete and plain wrong advice, and end up making inedible, stodgy bricks!
My online courses make it really easy to follow every stage, and re-watch the videos as often as you need to get it right. I promise that you could be making great bread within 24 hours!
The best course for you is ‘The Secrets of Artisan Baking’.
“Simon – the videos are great. You can go back over things easily. Probably better in some ways than a classroom. Work at your own pace. I was starting to get a bit disillusioned with the books. The course has brought back my enthusiasm.” Mark C
What’s in the ‘Secrets’ course?
This course comprises 9 videos (about 40 minutes in total), with recipes, notes and access to help by email.
I 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 I share my 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, this is the course to buy.
“Hi Simon – I purchased both courses and have completed the first and am making delicious bread. So good that I haven’t started the sourdough course yet but will do so soon. Shop bread is just not worth buying now!Worth every penny of the cost – thank you Simon.” Tom W
Why not get a book or go on a baking course?
There are some really great books out there – Andrew Whitley, Dan Lepard, Peter Reinhart, and I do suggest you get a few good books for ideas.
But the trouble is not seeing what it actually looks like – so this is what the videos communicate.
Of course the ideal thing is to do a hands-on course. Just two considerations though – first is the cost (they’re generally £100-£200 for a day); and the second is that you may well forget 90% of what you were taught! In fact I’ve had a quite a few people buy my course to help them remember what to do after a day workshop.
So with my online courses, you’ve got lifetime access, and it’s a fraction of the cost.
Does it really work?
Yes – just look at the pics in the next column of some of the loaves people have sent me to say thanks.
“Simon – just a quick thank you – my first loaves were simply delicious!”
So you can sign up now if you want. If you’re not happy, just tell me and I’ll refund you in full.
You’re first superb loaf could be out the oven this time tomorrow!
Buy now for £30 – when you checkout you’ll get a password to access to all the course materials.