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Riot Rye Bakehouse & Bread School


At Riot Rye Bread School, we will empower you to bake real bread! Come and spend the day learning how to bake in our working wood-fired bakery with award-winning baker Joe Fitzmaurice, located in Ireland's only eco-village. Our courses are hands-on. You will bring home with you a selection of breads, a fresh sourdough starter and the knowledge and confidence to bake real bread at home.

We encourage people to make their own rye sourdough starter a week before attending the courses. This gets you thinking about sourdough and gives you a feel for what sourdough is and how it works. If you don't have the time/inclination, don't worry! We have plenty of sourdough starter here that you can bake with. The instructions and video on how to make the starter are under the 'Common Loaf' heading on ourwebsite.

On our courses you will learn

  • what sourdough bread really is
  • how to bake your own beautiful, hand-crafted artisan breads at home
  • how natural fermentation enables you to produce highly nutritious, digestible breads.

 

Joe is a founding member of Real Bread Ireland.

'Joe is so knowledgeable and kind with his time. He gave us a great understanding of the fermentation process and how to get the best nutritional value and digestibility from your bread. For anyone wanting to increase their knowledge whether beginner or amateur baker this course is for you. We travelled from Dublin for the day and I have to
say it was well worth it. And it's great craic too!' Elysia

'This is MORE than a bread baking course - it's a history, maths and science class plus I went home with an assortment of breads which I baked myself. What a great day!' Elaine

'Many thanks for a superb day. It was well organised and extremely informative as well as being great fun. The lunch was top class. This day raised the standards for baking true real bread!' Peadar

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