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Learn the art of baking sourdough bread in your home kitchen.

A series of practical video tutorials guide you through the tried and tested My Heimat Simply Sourdough recipe. Completing this course will give you the confidence and skill to start baking sourdough bread at home right away and equip you with the knowledge decipher any sourdough jargon you might come across in future.

The My Heimat Simply Sourdough recipe is the result of five years of experimentation and it is simple, yet flexible. The simplicity is reflected in the ‘no knead’ method, allowing you to bake this sourdough loaf in the few moments you have to yourself or accompanied by even the youngest family members. It gives you the flexibility to bake white loaves, as well as incorporating rye, spelt or wholemeal flours, wholegrains or nuts and seeds.

Whether you already have a sourdough starter or need to start from scratch, in as little as ten steps, you will learn how to transform flour, water and salt into a crusty loaf of fresh sourdough bread, that you can bake in a standard oven.

Give yourself permission to experiment and play. Learn something new and let me share my favourite recipe as well as tips and tricks with you and fill your kitchen with the enticing smell of fresh bread.


The Simply Sourdough recipe and method is the result of five years of experimentation and testing. I am confident that by following this method you will be able to bake sourdough bread in your home kitchen. However, if you take the course and don’t think it delivers, let me know within seven days and I will give you a full refund immediately.

You will need the following items

  1. The sourdough starter
  2. 500g bakers flour
  3. Salt
  4. Water (ideally filtered)
  5. An apron (if you’d prefer not to get flour on your clothes)
  6. A wooden spoon
  7. A fork or a spoon (for stirring the starter)
  8. Scales
  9. A Bowl that can easily hold 1 litre (ideally more)
  10. A plastic container with a lid (The décor ones are quite good normally)
  11. A Tea towel
  12. Oven mitts
  13. A bread tin or banneton
  14. A dutch oven or casserole dish (if you have one)
  15. A sharp knife or razor blade (if you have one) for scoring the dough

The course guide for Simply Sourdough will be available to you once you are enrolled in the course.

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