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Instructor: Teresa L Greenway
Take your bread baking skills to a new level with a variety of delicious sourdough and yeast bagels.
What you’ll learn
Learn how to bake the best bagels!
Have a better understanding of the types of flour and ingredients that are best for baking bagels with.
Know how to make egg bagels, water bagels and hybrid bagels (bagels made with both sourdough and commercial yeast).
Understand different methods for mixing and dough development.
Have several bagel formulas (recipes) to choose from plus an e-book about sourdough starters and motherdoughs.
See different types of bagel washes and toppings.
Learn how easy it is to bake your own handcrafted delicious bagels.
Know a little bit about the history and fun facts about bagels.
The basic equipment and how to make your own starter are covered in the course. You will need a kitchen scale that does metric.
Edited: Updated January 2016
This course, "Bake the Best Bagels" will cover several different types of bagels including:
Sourdough Sesame Water Bagels
Sourdough Honey Egg Bagels
Hybrid Onion Poppy Seed Bagels (bagels made with sourdough and commercial yeast)
Sourdough Whole Wheat Cinnamon Bagels
You will learn different methods of making the bagels, including overnight bagels and one day bagels, bagels made with a mixer and bagels made by hand with dough folding.
We will cover bagel water baths and washes as well as different toppings and methods of toppings.
You will also learn how to make your own sourdough starter, easily with a day by day method. Sourdough baking has never been so much fun!
Join me and bake up a batch of the best bagels! You will never again wonder what to make for breakfast or what food is best to take while traveling…bagels, of course!
I’ve taken most of Teresa’s Sourdough classes. Not only are the classes very well taught, the results have been consistently successful and she’s extremely responsive to posted questions (a few hours or less). For a new baker these nuances add to my confidence and encourage me to explore new baking territory. I never considered baking bagels until Teresa published her latest video course. I don’t think I’ll ever purchase bagels again!
This course published Dec 2015
Who this course is for:
Anyone with a basic understanding of how to use a kitchen and bake should take this course.
Students who have never used sourdough before will be able understand how to use it by the end of the course and will have made their own sourdough starter.
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