Kitchen Rodeo #003: Sourdough Boules (Benefits xxx)

2 Days || Day 1: Fri 4/17, 9pm ET || Day 2: Sat 4/18, 9am ET

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Learn How To Make Sourdough Boules During a Pandemic

Friday 9:00 PM - Saturday 5:30 PM EDT

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Add to Calendar 2020-04-17 21:00:00 2020-04-18 17:30:00 America/New_York Learn How To Make Sourdough Boules During a Pandemic Zoom link will be included in your ticket receipt from GiveButter. All proceeds go to Food Bank NYC, where board members are currently matching donations 1:1.

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Last week we learned how to make a sourdough starter. This week we put it to work and make our first sourdough boules. We have two options depending on whether you have a liquid or stiff starter. Both are delicious and you'll learn both as well as proper folding techniques to give your bread strength.

Don't have a sourdough starter? No worries. We will also do a version with dry yeast. 

This class is online only and we'll make the bread together over Zoom video conferencing. The recipe is about 1.5-2 hours of active work and the rest of the time the dough rests or proofs.


SCHEDULE
I'll provide a live demo over video conference for each step!

Friday
9-10pm: Make the levain (preferment)

Saturday
9:00am: Recipe overview
9:30am: Build the final dough
10:00am: Autolyze
11:00am: Bulk fermentation starts (add levain and salt)
12:00pm: Fold the dough (this takes 5 minutes)
12:50pm: Fold the dough (this takes 5 minutes)
1:50pm: Bench rest and shape the dough
2:00pm: Final proof starts
4:30-5:10pm: Bake!


INGREDIENTS 
I'll send out the recipe at least a day in advance with exact measurements.

A liquid or stiff sourdough starter (or 1 packet of dry yeast)
white flour (bread is best but all-purpose will do)
rye or whole wheat flour
water
salt


EQUIPMENT

A computer or device to connect to Zoom video conferencing :)
Mixing bowls
Dutch oven (if not, you will need a baking sheet and a baking pan/skillet with at least a 2" tall sides)
Scale or measuring cups
Parchment paper

Rice or gluten-free flour (optional)
Bread proofing baskets (optional, if not a thin tea-towel)
Lame (optional)
Bench scraper (optional)
Thermometer (optional)
Standing mixer (optional)

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All proceeds are donated to Food Bank NYC to provide emergency food to vulnerable New Yorkers who may be quarantined, along with those impacted by the economic downturn. Your gift today will help us keep meals on the table for New Yorkers in need. All donations  are matched dollar for dollar by their Board of Directors, up to $800,000. Every $1 provides 10 meals.

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