To Knead or Not to Knead: The Art of Baking Bread

Chrissy Barua

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11 Lessons (34m)
    • 1. Introduction

    • 2. Class Project Overview

    • 3. The Building Blocks of Bread

    • 4. Gluten 101: Let's Get Stretchy!

    • 5. Leavening 101: Rising to the Occasion

    • 6. Quick and Dirty: Irish Brown Bread

    • 7. Cheater's Yeast: Beer Bread

    • 8. Flour Power: Rustic White Loaf

    • 9. Go Away Gluten!: Pao de Queijo

    • 10. Conclusion

    • 11. Bonus! Sweet & Simple Pumpkin Bread

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18 of 19 students recommend this class
Thank you:-), a lot of interesting recipes
Omar Siyagha

Online Bussiness Expert&Master in Computer Science

interesting and simple information
on first sight I. I'm a newbie. leave the bag sealed and cut a hole in the bottom corner of about say 1-1/2" or 2" and "pipe" the dough out? Would it be similar to the consistency of toothpaste?
I 've been interested in baking bread without using a breadmake and I came across this class. It was just what I needed. Thank you!
Lana Petruzzi

Gluten Free Baker. English, Italian & Portuguese

Hi Chrissy, I'm originally from Brazil and I love pão de queijo. But have never tried it with herbs before, so yesterday my kids and I made your recipe and let's just say that we did not have enough time to take one single picture, because it was so good and gone in a minute. It was so delicious!!