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Master The Craft of Artisan Pizza Online Video Training

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Learn professional pizzarista techniques for making authentic, artisan pizza, in your domestic or wood fired oven!

In this comprehensive online course, you learn how to use your wood fired oven to best effect, and how to make your ordinary oven produce extraordinary pizza from founders of The Artisan Bakery School, Penny and Dragan.

Building up to this, you will learn how to:

  • read your dough, and master all its stages

  • make and shape a extensive range of different doughs 

  • concoct delectable sauces

  • design a balanced flavour profile for topping ingredients

  • create finishing touches that will really elevate your pizza

Contents and Overview

Their welcome lecture introduces you to their document, How to Use this Course.  In it, you will find suggestions for how to proceed, according to whether you're a complete beginner, a passionately adventurous cook, an aspiring professional or an entrepreneur considering a micro-pizzeria business.  You can follow the suggestions, or just work your way through every recipe as it comes up.

Following a run-down of the essential pizza-making equipment, they move on to Dough-ology, Saucery and Top-ology, introducing a discussion about the basic ingredients, and the importance of sourcing local, organic produce wherever possible.  This is because authentic pizza, like all really good food, has a story to it.  It's just wonderful to be able to tell your guests what's special about the tomatoes in the sauce, or the particular olives, or the artisan cheese that's on the pizza.  It adds depth to everyone's appreciation of the food.

Moving into their tried and tested Seven Steps Method, you'll have a range of different dough formulas to choose from, each with its own unique flavor and texture.  From pure Napoletana dough, through sourdough and heritage dough, right through to gluten free, you'll get to understand all the different characters and of course, how each dough has its affinities with different kinds of topping.   Simply pick yourself a formula and start at Step 1. 

Learning to read your dough is as important as being able to read the recipe for making it!  That means understanding the dough in all its moods and modes, as well as how to shape it into balls, then into pizza. You'll get plenty of practice at reading your dough, and lots of exercises in shaping it too.

In Step 3, you'll move on to making sauces, covering everything from the classic tomato sauces, through white bases to home-made pesto and even onion marmalade.   You'll also learn how to make infused garlic and chili oils and other little finishing touches to add in Step 7, once your pizza is baked. 

You'll see how they run their Start and Finish Lines, to keep their toppings organized and their garnishes in order, and how important this is if you're making multiple pizzas!

Throughout the course, you'll find videos packed with tips and insights gleaned from years of professional pizza-making experience. 

The course finishes with 15 inspiring pizza recipes from The Artisan Bakery School,  each designed to showcase a balanced profile of salty, sweet, sour, bitter, smokey or umami flavors, and in a way that makes your dough a star of the show.

So - if you're hungry to learn, you’ll love this course!

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Eliot W.
Perfect addition to my pizza oven

The class is lots of fun and teaches example and recipes that enable you to develop the feel for the dough and good pizza.

Thank you so much for the excellent feedback Eliot! We LOVE to hear that the Master The Craft of Artisan Pizza Online Video Training is helping our customers with pizza making!! (Plus, isn't it fun to learn something new?) Feel free to come back to this review later and add some photos of the delicious food you're creating!!

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