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Learn to Bake: Sacred Sourdough

Price $50 – $60 USD + BF Get tickets

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About the Class: Come learn the basics of sourdough bread making and experience the sacred art form that it is with teacher, home cook, artist, health enthusiast, and mother Ashley Smith. Ashley taught herself how to make fresh sourdough bread for her family to enjoy weekly and is passionate about sharing this skill with you. In class you will receive the gift of a developed sourdough starter that Ashley has replicated for you from her own. You will learn the basics of starter management and how to incorporate it into your daily life regardless of whether you work a busy job away from your home or you work from your home. Sourdough bread making is a valuable skill to have in your tool box that is good for the body and the soul as it provides numerous health benefits. In this class you will have fun and get your hands busy by mixing your own dough, feeding your own starter, and tasting a loaf of sourdough fresh from the oven. You will leave the class feeling prepared with a detailed recipe book with process images and resources that will support and guide you to continue on your journey into sourdough bread making.

Please let us know if you have any dietary restrictions or food allergies prior to the class so we can make accommodations.

About the Instructor: My name is Ashley Smith and I am a mamma, artist, health enthusiast, homesteader, mentor, and a self taught cook who loves to share what I have learned and practice with others. I have recently started a business called practical magic mentoring and I believe working with food is both practical and magical. Practices involving food are a doorway towards our individual and collective healing. Working contemplatively in the garden, kitchen, and at the dinner table with food is a way to deepen our relationship with the food we eat, ourselves, others, and the land we live on.

About the Venue:

Parking: Starting at 6 pm, you cannot park on the south side of Massachusetts Avenue (the same side as MAP). The parking rule changes right at 6, and there is no parking available right in front of MAP. There is usually parking available on side streets, Shields and Brayton (1 side of each street).

MAP Thursday Market: MAP will be hosting their Thursday Farmhouse Market from 3-6pm. They have a selection of fresh produce, as well as eggs, herbs, mushrooms, honey, flowers, preserved goods, beauty products, and more! Feel free to come early to check it out!

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