Workshops

Are you curious about baking bread at home? Or already baking and want to strengthen your understanding of naturally leavened bread?

Experience a day of baking at our cottage with baker Arturo Enciso. In this workshop, we will make a pain au levain (French natural sourdough recipe) using freshly milled flour.

Walk away with a freshly baked loaf of bread + dough prepared in class to bake at home, a recipe booklet, sourdough starter, a bread basket, AND the hands-on knowledge of how to bake what’s taught at home! Great for beginners and experienced bread-makers alike.

Class is held on a Saturday and starts at 9am. It is approximately 3-3.5 hours long. Please bring an apron, and a pen or pencil for writing notes in your recipe booklet.

*Lunch will be provided. We will have a spread for building your own sandwich with freshly baked baguettes. Please let us know if you are vegetarian or have any other dietary restrictions by emailing us at: hello@gustobread.com at least 1 week before the class.

To gift a class, please register for one of the dates available and send us an email with your info and the recipients name and contact so we can coordinate their attendance (we provide you with a printed certificate to physically present it to them :).

“I loved the workshop. I learned so much to improve my bread baking. The ability to ask your specific questions was really helpful. I also enjoyed learning about how your business works–and talking with other people interested in bread baking. I’m grateful for thoughtful, ethical businesses like yours–they make me proud to live in LB.” ~ A.M.P.

 

MY WEEKEND: Baking with Arturo, a loaf story


 

**Cancellation Policy: Email (or call or text) notification required a minimum of 72 hours before the workshop for full refund. Cancellation requests with less than 72 hours notice will not be honored unless we can fill your space.
Absence to a workshop without 72 hour notice is non-refundable.

 

“I loved everything about the class, the pace, content and attention to detail was great. Thank you, for sharing your wisdom.” ~ Mary A.