Ursa Minor Sourdough Making Class

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Come along to Ballycastle’s Ursa Minor Bakehouse where you will learn the art of traditional sourdough making in a friendly and relaxed environment in the bakery’s workshop.

Voted Best Slow Food Bakery 2020, the team at Ursa Minor Bakehouse are experts in creating the perfect loaf and professional baker Dara will be on hand throughout the day to help participants make three different types of sourdough bread.

The class will run from 9am until around 5pm and covers 3 different types of bread, using both sourdough culture and yeast. You will be guided through the process from scratch, learning tips and tricks along the way.

Price includes:

  • Bread and pastries.
  • Tea and coffee served throughout the day.
  • A delicious Ursa Minor lunch to enjoy whilst our bread is baking
  • Fresh sourdough starter and dough scraper to bring home with you.
  • All the breads you have baked yourself to bring home.

About Ursa Minor Bakehouse

The Ursa Minor Bakehouse is one of the best along the North Coast creating unique and seasonal bakes made with locally sourced ingredients.

A Ballycastle gem, the team at Ursa Minor believe in slow, honest food which sources the freshest, high quality ingredients from like minded local suppliers.

All bread is made with honest and simple ingredients; flour, water and salt and are proud to be free from chemical additives and improvers to create the perfect loaf.

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Taste Causeway is an accredited Slow Food destination, one of only a handful of destinations in Ireland to be awarded the accolade by the global Slow Food Movement. To launch and celebrate this prestigious award Taste Causeway are running a programme of events, dining experiences, tours and special menus.   Slow Food stands for Good, Clean and Fair food.  Slow Food was initially founded by a group of activists in Italy during the 1980s with the aim of defending regional traditions, good food, gastronomic pleasure and a slow pace of life. Slow Food has grown into a global movement involving millions of people, in over 150 countries that links the pleasure of food with a commitment to the community and the environment.   Slow Food aims to reinvigorate people’s interest in the food they eat, where it comes from and how our food choices affect the world around us. Recognising the importance of our local food traditions and the years of accrued knowledge and culture that accompanies this, Slow Food promotes true enjoyment of good food, and food production systems that provide good, clean and fair food for everyone.

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