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I love to have the smell of fresh baked bread in the morning for my guests but don’t want to get up early to make it, so I prove my bread overnight in the fridge. Giving the bread a long prove also makes it more digestible. You can leave it for several days in the fridge. This is a no knead white loaf from James Morton’s Brilliant Bread book. The basic recipe is flour, yeast, salt and water but I also add olive oil and honey. The King Arthur’s website is a great resource for baking. I baked this one from cold using the Dutch oven method described here blog.kingarthurflour.com/2017/07/05/baking-in-a-cold-dutch-oven/ See MoreSee Less

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I’m currently running the How to Run and Market Your  B&B 2 day course once a month. It spans a whole weekend and the cost is £250 per person. To book, simply choose your month and click on the Saturday that is highlighted – you should then be redirected to register and pay a deposit of £100 per person onlineThe remainder is payable on the last day of the course. Please note that this deposit is non refundable if you need to cancel, though we may be able to move your booking to a future course if there are spaces available.

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I love to have the smell of fresh baked bread in the morning for my guests but don’t want to get up early to make it, so I prove my bread overnight in the fridge. Giving the bread a long prove also makes it more digestible. You can leave it for several days in the fridge. This is a no knead white loaf from James Morton’s Brilliant Bread book. The basic recipe is flour, yeast, salt and water but I also add olive oil and honey. The King Arthur’s website is a great resource for baking. I baked this one from cold using the Dutch oven method described here blog.kingarthurflour.com/2017/07/05/baking-in-a-cold-dutch-oven/ See MoreSee Less

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