Bake Your Own Bread the Old Fashioned Way by Learning to Make a Sourdough Starter

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  • Get on your way to baking sourdough like a pro.

There’s nothing in the world quite like freshly baked bread. Even just saying those three words has an instantly comforting effect. Whether you’re new to the bread baking world or looking to add some new tricks into your repertoire, you can dive into the world of sourdough bread making through a workshop presented by the Food Conspiracy Co-Op.

Led by Dan Dorsey, the event will show the ancient technique employed to make a sourdough starter for bread, rather that using store-bought yeast. The resulting bread offers more complex flavors, is more nutritious and keeps longer than bread baked with the packaged stuff.

The sourdough starter workshop begins at 2 p.m. on Saturday, June 18. The class is $8 and pre-registration is recommended, as the class size is very limited. You can sign up and find out more by visiting the co-op’s event page.

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