Bake better bread, with these specially focused courses on variety pan and hearth breads. In these two courses, you’ll dive into the unique product characteristics, ingredients and processing variations used in the production of the types of bread. Learn the art of artisan level breads and make pan breads that stand out!
Hearth Breads and Variety Pan Breads
Bake better bread, with these specially focused courses on variety pan and hearth breads. In this specialization, you’ll dive into the unique product characteristics, ingredients and processing variations used in the production of the types of bread. Learn the art of artisan level breads and make pan breads that stand out!
Alongside the two specialization courses, you’ll receive access to the core courses below:
Baker’s Math and Science
Focuses on essential math, biology, chemistry, and physics topics that affect bread production. Offered in both English and Spanish, this course provides the foundation you need to advance your career as a baking professional.
Bread Manufacturing Process
Understand the complete bread manufacturing process. This course makes a great follow-up to the companion course Function of Ingredients and is also available in Spanish. It covers steps from scaling through dough systems, and finishes with dividing through packaging.
This training focuses on those tests and finished product evaluation processes that ensure quality and consistency of both flour and finished product. Understand typical dough rheology tests, corrections for off-target readings, quality attributes of white pan bread and more!
This course presents a systematic approach to identifying root causes of common bread manufacturing problems. It’s an excellent follow-up to Bread Manufacturing Process, and is offered in Spanish and English. It covers ordering steps in a troubleshooting model, potential causes for common quality problems and more!
Function of Ingredients
Acquire targeted information about both core and secondary ingredients common to most baked goods. Understand how core ingredients like flour, salt, and water contribute to final products, what secondary ingredients such as oxidizing agents and emulsifiers do, and the effects of over- or under-use of both core and secondary ingredients.
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