Knead Some New Skills? Take a Loaf at This Workshop

Do the enticing aromas of freshly baked bread wafting from your neighbor’s kitchen make your stomach rumble? Do store-bought loaves leave you yearning for something more flavorful and wholesome? Well, fret no more! Unleash your inner baker and join Grow Food Aotea for a fun-filled bread baking skill share on Saturday, May 25th, from 10:00 am to 2:30 pm at Orama.

This workshop is the perfect opportunity for both novices and experienced bread makers to expand their baking horizons. Under the patient guidance of local experts Caity Endt, Sue Ruesser, and Treena Salthouse, you’ll delve into the world of sourdough starters, discover the ease of no-knead loaves, and explore the delicious possibilities of gluten-free baking.

Imagine the satisfaction of pulling a warm, golden-brown loaf from the oven, the crust crackling satisfyingly as you slice into its fluffy interior. The aroma will fill your home, and the taste? Pure, homemade magic!

This interactive workshop will equip you with the knowledge and skills to create these edible masterpieces yourself. So, gather your fellow bread enthusiasts, dust off your mixing bowls, and get ready to knead, rise, and bake your way to delicious homemade bread.

Contact Caity Endt at or 021 212 7153 to register and inquire about carpooling options if you’re coming from the south side of the island. Don’t miss this chance to learn valuable skills, connect with our motu whānau, and create something truly satisfying – homemade bread!

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