Saturday Sourdough / Taos Géar

Price Qty
February 17th Sourdoughshow details + €30.00 (EUR)   Expired
Taos géar Márta 17show details + €30.00 (EUR)   Expired
April 21st Sourdoughshow details + €30.00 (EUR)  
Taos géar Bealtaine 19show details + €30.00 (EUR)  
June 16th Sourdoughshow details + €30.00 (EUR)  
Taos géar Iuil 21show details + €30.00 (EUR)  

  • Sourdough
    February 17, 2018 - July 14, 2018
    12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

SATURDAY SOURDOUGH / TAOS GÉAR dé SATHAIRN

The Saturday Sourdough classes are an introductory class to home sourdough bread making.
Rang tosaigh faoi bhácáil baile le taos géar atá i ranganna Sathairn Taos Géar.

And you have the choice of taking this class as Gaeilge or through English.
Tá rogha an rang a thógaint trí Ghaeilge nó Béarla

Hosted by Manchán Magan, the classes will alternate between English and bilingual (Gaeilge/Béarla) monthly, both with the same approach – sharing the basics of sourdough home-baking.
Faoi stiúir Mhancháin Magan, malartóidh na ranganna idir Béarla agus dhá-theangach (Gaeilge/Bearla) gach re mí – an dá rang ag díriú ar na nithe céanna, eolas bunúsach faoi bhácáil baile le taos géar.

February – English
March – Gaeilge
April – English
May – Gaeilge
June – English
July – Gaeilge

This is an introductory class suitable for those who need a helping hand to get going with their sourdough baking at home. What you can expect from the class:

  • notes on sourdough bread making to take home with you
  • get a feel for a fermented dough and do a couple of folds
  • a few tasters of different types of sourdough
  • Making a starter / mother: how to kill your mother and bring her back to life

We will make a sourdough starter/mother together in this class so please bring your own jar.
Should you not have anything suitable we will have Kilner jars for sale on the day.

CONCESSION tickets available for students, OAPs and unwaged, apply discount code SATURDAYS10 for €10 off, I.D. required on the day.

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Manchán Magan is an Irish Language enthusiast, broadcaster and documentary maker who has been baking two loaves a week for the last three years. He is not a professional baker but is looking forward to sharing all he knows about bread making at home. And the Irish Language.

 

 

 

 

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