Full of Beans Festival: Bread for the future
24mar1:00 pm3:00 pmFull of Beans Festival: Bread for the futureMake and share at Garnethill Bread Oven OrganiserGlasgow Food Policy PartnershipGarnethill Bread Oven, Garnethill Park, Rose Street, Garnethill, Glasgow1:00 pm - 3:00 pm(GMT+00:00) Event TypeCultural, Arts & Social,OutdoorThemeFood & Agriculture
While bannock breads have been around for centuries, they also offer many benefits that can serve us in years to come. Flexible when it comes to ingredients and energy efficient
While bannock breads have been around for centuries, they also offer many benefits that can serve us in years to come. Flexible when it comes to ingredients and energy efficient when cooked at home, bannocks should be a feature of now and the future. In this shared bread making and sharing session we’ll have the chance to experiment with different flours – traditional beremeal, fava bean flour, and fine oatmeal – and think about the taste and environmental benefits of each. You’ll learn how to make bannock breads, see them cooked on site at Garnethill Bread Oven, and then be able to try your creation. This session is free and you do not need to book a ticket, just show up on the day ready to experiment with different flours and make some delicious bread.
(Sunday) 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm(GMT+00:00)