"Create your own Sourdough Starter" 1:1 Class

10 Ratings
  • 30 min

Itinerary Details

"Create your own Sourdough Starter" 1:1 Class

Do you want to join the fantastic sourdough world?
Having a sourdough starter is very satisfying and not hard as many people think. It has to be very practical based on your life routine, without stressing yourself.

During this 1:1 class you’ll create your own sourdough starter (liquid or solid, I'll explain you the differences).

You’ll learn:

- how to feed it

- maintain it active and healthy

- sourdough schedule to make pizza/bread

Create a starter is easy but the first week of its life is the real deal! That's why afterwards I'll send you all the instructions to keep going with it and I'll be available for a week, on Whatsapp, for any questions, doubts and updates you might have!

What you’ll need:

- Strong flour, filtered or bottled water, a bowl, a scale

For the video call see you on Zoom and I'll send you the link once you book.

Book your spot now & start your sourdough journey!

About your host, Andrea: "My aim is to encourage people to build up their own pizza recipes giving them the right skill & self confidence to make great pizzas! I’ve been teaching thousands of people in the last 3 years and I can tell you the “perfect” recipe doesn’t exist. Too many factors are involved while making pizzas that’s why every case is totally different! I moved to London five years ago from a little city close to Bergamo (Lombardy) in Italy for a new experience. Passionate about baking I worked as a pizza chef in Central London. In 2016, Andrea and his girlfriend Martina opened their own concept store, "One n One fashion n pizza" in Spitalfields, where we host the sourdough workshops."

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Ingredients

Strong flour
Filtered or bottled water

kitchen tools

A jar with lid
Kitchen scale