What Bread Production Questions Do You Have?

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What is the role of water absorption in bread? Why are minor ingredients important? Which is the best fermentation or dough system? How can I improve my final proof, baking or cooling process?

If these are the questions keeping you up at night, then you really should come to our Academy class on the science of bread production. This is a well-rounded course on all the fundamentals of bread baking with all the hands-on experience and Q&A time you’ll need.

What all will we cover? Here’s a quick rundown:

  • Fundamentals of Ingredients
  • Fermentation Process
  • Mixing Process
  • Intermediary Processes
  • Final Proof, Baking, Cooling
  • Quality
  • Q&A

Right now, we have early bird pricing and seats left, but they won’t be around forever!

When is the class? 
April 4th

Where is it held?
Puratos Boston Innovation Center

How long is early bird pricing?
Until March 28

Who should go? 
Production Leadership,QA Supervisors, Managers, Technical Support, Research & Development, and anyone problem solving bread production issues.

Have questions? 
Let us know: [email protected] 

Sign up today, and get your bread answers!


About the Author:

Lin Carson, PhD
Dr. Lin Carson’s love affair with baking started over 25 years ago when she earned her BSc degree in Food Science & Technology at the Ohio State University. She went on to earn her MSc then PhD from the Department of Grain Science at Kansas State University. Seeing that technical information was not freely shared in the baking industry, Dr. Lin decided to launch BAKERpedia to cover this gap. Today, as the world’s only FREE and comprehensive online technical resource for the commercial baking industry, BAKERpedia is used by over half a million commercial bakers, ingredient sellers, equipment suppliers and baking entrepreneurs annually. You can catch Dr. Lin regularly on the BAKED In Science podcast solving baking problems. For more information on Dr. Lin, subscribe to her "Ask Dr. Lin" YouTube Channel, or follow her on LinkedIn.

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