How to Bake Real Artisan Bread
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How to Bake Real Artisan Bread

Learn the skills, tricks and tips needed to make delicious artisan bread with confidence.
4.5 (61 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
588 students enrolled
Created by DAN MCTIERNAN
Last updated 6/2016
English
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Includes:
  • 1 hour on-demand video
  • 2 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What Will I Learn?
By the end of the course you will be able to bake delicious artisan bread from scratch at home
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Requirements
  • To complete this course you will need ingredients to bake bread including, strong bread flour, salt, yeast, water. You will also needs some basic equipment including, a mixing bowl, kitchen scales, a sharp knife, a clean work surface and a domestic oven and baking trays.
Description

OTHER BAKING COURSES MAYBE LONGER ON UDEMY BUT BEFORE BECOMING BAKERS WE WERE FILM MAKERS AND WE PRIDE OURSELVES ON MAKING PROFESSIONALLY FILMED AND EXPERTLY EDITED COURSES. MEANING YOU GET EXACTLY THE INFORMATION YOU NEED TO MAKE AMAZING BREAD BUT WITH NONE OF THE WAFFLE!! 

Ever dreamt of baking fabulous artisan bread at home to wow your friends and family? Tired of baking bread that resembles a house brick? Want to be confident that you are baking healthy, tasty bread from ingredients you can trust? Then this is the course for you!

Using high quality video the course takes you through the whole process of baking artisan bread at home using the traditional English sponge and dough technique.

Our clear and thorough course guides you step by step through the various stages of artisan bread baking, and we give you you an understanding of the reasons why slow fermentation makes so much better bread. By gaining insight into how fermentation, gluten development and other factors affect your bread the course not only enables you to make slow fermented bread in your own kitchen, but gives you the confidence to improvise, devise your own recipes, and further enhance your skills.

The course shows you how to make round loaves, batons, baguettes and fougasse. And alongside the video we provide you with downloadable tried and tested recipes (slow white loaf, granary, wholemeal, semolina raisin and fennel, apricot and cinnamon) and instructions that you can print and keep.

Artisan bread is made with time,

So are the happiest people.

Slow down,

Learn to bake.

Who is the target audience?
  • While this course is intended for complete beginners, if you have previous baking experience you will find Dan's insights, tricks and tips an invaluable addition to your experience.
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Curriculum For This Course
Expand All 13 Lectures Collapse All 13 Lectures 01:10:11
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Introduction
1 Lecture 01:35

Discover what we'll be learning during the course and why slow fermented bread is so much better tasting and better for you!

Preview 01:35
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Preparation
3 Lectures 04:17

Which simple ingredients you will need to make bread.

Preview 01:52

With a few pieces of inexpensive equipment you can get baking in no time!

Preview 02:25

Recipes and instructions
3 pages
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The bread making process
8 Lectures 58:54

5 minutes of preparation the night before you bake.

Preview 06:04

Now it's time to get stuck in!

The Dough - mixing, kneading and first rise
15:02

The Dough - stretching, folding and second rise
03:45

The dough - dividing and pre-shaping
06:05

Final Shaping - boule and baton
06:24

Final Shaping - a baguette
06:09

Final Shaping - a fougasse
04:31

Baking - slashing the loaves, loading the oven and oven management tips
10:54
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Conclusion
1 Lecture 02:25
Conclusion
02:25
About the Instructor
DAN MCTIERNAN
4.5 Average rating
61 Reviews
588 Students
1 Course
Award winning artisan baker and teacher

Dan McTiernan is the co-founder of the award winning and inspirational Handmade Bakery and School of Slow.

The first Community Supported Bakery in the UK, The Handmade Bakery has inspired a new wave of small, sustainable bakeries throughout the UK and beyond. By showing that a business based on delicious slow fermented organic bread and cooperative working models can be a success, Dan has helped the real bread revolution become what it is today.

The School of Slow is part of Dan and Johanna McTiernan's vision to bring real, healthy food in to the centre of communities, families and the kitchen table. At the school they teach beginners and professionals how to make fantastic artisan bread and how to start community bakery projects in their own neighbourhoods.