2. Pour in 3/4 of the water, add oil mix thoroughly, add enough of the remaining water to make a moist stiff dough. Cover the dough with cling film and allow to rise for a minimum 1 1/2 hours.
3. When risen, turn out dough onto a well floured board, into a smooth ball.
4. Cut dough in half. Fold each piece of dough from the ouside into the centre to form a log shape to fit a Vienna tin. Repeat with the second piece of dough.
5. Lightly oil 2 X Vienna tins and place one piece of dough in each tin. Dust the top of the loaves with flour and score using a baker's blade with 4 cuts. Allow to rise for 45 minutes.
6. Pre heat oven. Bake for 35 - 40 minutes.
Electric...220*C Fan Forced...200*C Gas...215*C
Baked Pane Di Casa
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Customer Feedback Classes:
*Informative with enough information in a short-time class.Worth attending if very interested in making bread. Amanda Lowe
*This was my very first class here and I thoroughly enjoyed it. It was a very informative and easy to understand class in a homely setting. Sharon Coutts
*Very friendly from the time I called to when we walked in. The class was great with just enough info without being too much. Great mix of ingredients and recipes for class. Elizabeth Oro
*Always enjoy class and I go home all excited to try recipes. Then you can go home and make your own and not have to go to the shop, and much better flavour. Dawn Reid
You gotta laugh each day!
A tourist in London was throwing bread to some ducks in a pond...when a local woman approached him looking rather upset. She asked him how he could throw bread in the water for ducks when there were starving children in Africa? Wasn't it obvious that they could use that bread more than the ducks?
The man stood there for a short moment and responded to thewoman saying, "I'm sorry ma'am, but I can't throw that far."
Bread making tip
Read the instructions!
This seems obvious, but if there is anything we know about human beings it's that they like to ignore techniques in the instructions and revert to their old familiar ways. Don't do that...follow them, you can do this!
Bread Making Classes 2019
One lesson is all you need for the easiest, simplest and most fantastic way of making your own delicious and healthy home-made bread. Gift Vouchers available. NEXT CLASSES: JUNE:Classic Bread Making - Wednesday 26th June 6.30pm - 7.30pm A bread making class unlocks the secrets of making bread by hand or machine. This basic bread making class will give you the confidence to create your own style of bread with great results. Recipes: High Tin Crusty Loaf, French Stick and Bread Rolls. FREE to all existing Class Members who - Bring a Friend - to this class. Book a place online on the website. Or call 03 97860266 to book a place. Cost: $40 Non Class Members $20 Class Members Class Members: Simply have attended a class at Seaford since 2009 NB:Due to the length of classes children under 12 years old are not permitted.
Learn with Les: This class is a wonderful opportunity to make your own sourdough bread with a professional sourdough baker on the night. You will have access to a professional sourdough bread maker who uses our bread flours to supply his bread and baguettes to restaurants and cafes from Seaford to Phillip Island! CLASS DETAILS: This is a hands-on class where Les will teach, guide and have you create a sourdough loaf using his technique with tips and information he has developed over many years crafting his magnificent sourdough bread! You will make your own loaf in the class ready to take home to bake You will also receive as a bonus: -Les' recipe and tips! - Les' Sourdough Starter - A rattan banneton - A Simply No Knead Baker's Apron - A Simply No Knead reuseable shopping bag! COST: $120.00 Limited Seats, book early to avoid missing out!
Les's Sourdough Bread
Les' Sourdough Bread Texture
PANE DI CASA - Continental Pane Bread Mix Pana di Casa is an Italian staple made fresh every day and served with every meal. It means bread of the house. Pane di Casa loaves are ideal for enjoying as a side dish to meals, with dips and cheeses, or toasted and buttered to create ‘instant’ garlic bread. Use our Continental Pane Mix to create the perfect authentic Pane di Casa loaf. Authentic Pane di Casa –ideally you let the dough rest for a minimum of 12 hours to allow the flavour to fully develop. Then bake it on stone for a thin, crispy crust and a dense chewy texture. Use our vienna tin to help the dough hold its shape. You can use this mix to make great ciabatta or any of your favourite white breads, rolls and baguettes as well. Available in 2kg ($13.50), 5kg($26.00), 10kg($50.00) Product of Australia.
The high ﬁbre proﬁle is great for gut health as it keeps your gastrointestinal system healthy and regular. Hemp has a delicious, nutty flavour similar to sunflower seeds and pine nuts. You can use Hemp Powder the same way you use any other protein powder. Mix it into shakes, juices, smoothies, and yogurt. Sprinkle it on soups, cereals or fresh fruit. Our Hemp High Fibre Powder can be used to substitute up to 1/2 of the wheat or grain flours called for in your favourite recipes. Hemp's reputation has grown as its health benefits continue to be felt across the world. It boasts a complete spectrum of essential nutrients required in the body, including all the 20 amino acids and fibre. Health experts recommend hemp seeds since they are a rich source of gluten-free protein and are loaded with fatty acids and fibre. They are also free of oligosaccharides, the compound that causes gas and stomach upset. Additional benefits of hemp protein include regulating cholesterol levels, reducing the risk of osteoporosis, and reversing hair loss. So if you want to cut down on meat consumption and at the same time keep your protein intake in check, hemp protein powder is a smart choice. Other than ﬁbre, this powder also contains the following essential nutrients; protein, omega 3, 6 & 9, iron, zinc, vitamin B1 and magnesium. More Benefits of Hemp Powder: - 40% fibre - 30% Protein - Perfect 1:3 balance of omega 3 & 6 - Plant-based fibre & protein - 100% Australian grown - Improves immune system - Improves heart health - Reduces sugar cravings - Aids in digestion - Vegan - Contains only one ingredient, hemp - Naturally produced - Complete amino acid profile
Spelt is an ancient grain and is one of the three original wheat varieties from which modern day wheats are derived. Whilst a member of the same grain family, Spelt is a completely different species. Spelt is an extremely popular grain now, and its use has been growing over many years, as information about its value as a food source, and its ability to be tolerated by many people with wheat sensitivities becomes more widely known. Although Spelt contains gluten, it is much easier to digest than other wheat varieties, and may be suitable for people with wheat or gluten intolerances. White or Wholemeal Spelt, Organic or Sustainable, it is one of the healthiest bread making flours you can use. Spelt is suitable for breads, cakes, pancakes, biscuits, pasta, pastries and most baking needs. Product of Australia.
WHAT IS SUSTAINABLE FLOUR ? In simplest terms, sustainable agriculture is the production of food, fibre, or other plant or animal products using farming techniques that protect the environment, public health, human communities, and animal welfare. Some of the most common techniques used in sustainable agriculture include: -No detectable chemical residues in harvested grain -No-till farming system -No in-crop spraying with any herbicides, insecticides or fungicides -No stubble burning -Ancient wheat varieties selected for baking quality, flavour and human health benefits -100% Australian grown
GIFT VOUCHERS- made to your needs - $30 $50 $100 or more....
We can make up a voucher for in store purchases or for classes or a combination just email us with your request and we will have them posted or emailed to you.
We supply a number of outlets across Melbourne, Geelong, Country Victoria, ACT and Tasmania. You will find them listed on our website. They will stock a range of our products with many happy to take orders for bulk goods not always available on the shelf. The outlets are either Independent Supermarkets -Leo's Fine Food & Wine, Ritchies IGA, Foodworks, Vallis IGA, Champions IGA, Health Food Stores or Fruit & Veg Merchants. OUTLET NEWS: The shop in Seaford has undergone a complete refurbishment since the factory was flooded in storms that hit Seaford in January 2019. For those nearby drop in and see us we'll help you find your way around the new layout!
WELCOME BACK: VALLIS IGA - 53 North Valley Rd Highton Vic 3216 PH52431400 New stock in store last week - ask for Tony. If you have an IGA or Gourmet Grocer in your area let them know about us we are happy to contact them to offer the opportunity to stock a uniquely Australian Product! Check our outlets near you on our website.
HOME DELIVERY You can have your goods delivered to your home, post office or place of work. We use Australia Post and they will deliver Australia Wide. Shop online on the webiste: Email an order or call us on 0397860266 Click here to Order online If you are in our area visit the shop at Seaford.
seaford shop -TRADING TIMES
NB: seaford Shop closed monday july 8th 2019
2019 Monday - Thursday 8.30am-4.45pm Friday 8.30am-2.30pm Closed All Public Holidays, Melbourne Cup Week, Christmas(3-4 weeks) - No mail orders will be sent out during this time. Thank you all for your loyalty and support.
Telephone: 03 9786 0266 Fax: 03 9786 1123 firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the Simply No Knead supplies shop at 5 Cumberland Drive, Seaford, Melbourne, Victoria. 3198