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Sunset Park, Brooklyn
274 36th St Industry City Food Hall
Btwn 2nd & 3rd Avenues
Brooklyn, New York 11232
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Class Level: Beginner
Age Requirements: 18 and older
Average Class Size: 20

What you'll learn in this bread class:

Join Reva Castillenti, award-winning baker, for an overview on baking bread at home.

Making bread at home is easier than it looks. This class is ideal for beginner bread lovers who want to learn about basic fermentation science, gluten formation, baker's percentages, proofing, and yeast. 

Students will make olive oil rolls and honey oat loaves.

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Question from Christine I.
May 23 is a Thursday. Can someone confirm the date of this workshop? Thanks!
Answer from Brenda L. CourseHorse StaffCourseHorse Staff
Hi Christine! The earliest class is happening on Saturday, March 23 based on the schedule listed here on this page. You may check the other dates posted here on this class page. Thanks!
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Question from Nella L.
I realy would like to know how to bake whole wheat bread and baget?
Answer from Brenda L. CourseHorse StaffCourseHorse Staff
Hi Nella! The students will not be making whole wheat bread or bagels in this class. In the bread basics class, the students will make a honey oat load and olive oil rolls. If you'd like to join the Bagel class, they offer this class here: https://coursehorse.com/nyc/classes/cooking/baking/bagels-class. Hope this helps!
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Reviews of Classes at The Brooklyn Kitchen (617)

(617 Reviews)
Bread: Basics
Reviewed by Charles G. on 4/14/2019
Reva was great, we're almost certainly taking another class.
Bread: Basics
Reviewed by Michalene M. on 4/8/2019
The oven was not woking properly causing the instructor to become flustered and the buns not to be properly done and unable to be taken home as the class ended. The instructor was very knowledgeable and provided high level info. She was very competent and self assured. The acoustics were poor and I missed a lot of dialogue. I am open to attending more classes given by her. I will give the oven a chance to be fixed. Lastly, no recipes have arrived in my email, as promised. Enthusiasm is greatest directly after the class. Michalene
Bread: Basics
Reviewed by Cecilia V. on 11/12/2018
Friendly, very knowledgeable, and organized instructor. She deserves more and better ovens! Location was wonderful, too!
Bread: Basics
Reviewed by Amber M. on 8/8/2018
My daughter and I had fun!
Bread: Basics
Reviewed by Omani C. on 8/5/2018
This was one of my gifts to my husband for his birthday. We both love bread and he has been talking about taking a bread making class for a few months now, so I surprised him with the class. We enjoyed ourselves so much that we have resisted for the sourdough bread making class. Reva the instructor gave a demonstrations on each step of the bread making process, she discussed grains and measurements. , you can see that she was passionate about what she was doing. Reva was helpful, she walked around answered peoples questions. Michelle was her co-pilot assisting as needed. Michelle went above and beyond, I had a bit of a crisis and she said tell me and I can see what I can do. My pants were wet from the rain and she was able to get me into a lab coat until my pants were dried. I was very grateful. I want everyone to know Michelle makes the best croissants. She had coffee and croissants for the guest who were taking the class, she wanted to see if we liked her recipe. I am serious when I say the best croissants. These ladies were a great team, they laughed, they enjoyed what they were doing and were happy to have people in the class. I want to add one more thing, they had another co-worker in the kitchen and he was also help and a team player. Reva dropped something on the floor and it broke, within seconds her co-worker from the kitchen came with a broom and dust pan and addressed the issue without being asked he just knew something was needed. Everyone had a loaf of bread and rolls to take home with them for the next day.
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