Hello amazing bread bakers!
I'm Helen from New Zealand. I'm fairly new to your wonderful website. I've been baking my own busy-woman's-sourdough at home for the last 3 years because I can't bear eating supermarket bread. Recently I threw in my real job because I was not enjoying myself. And now, after travelling around Europe, I've decided I want to be a sourdough bread baker on a commercial scale - to supply my local community. I figure the best way to learn, is to learn by doing. I've been trawling through the internet to find an apprenticeship scheme, but to no avail.
So I pose this question to the sourdough companion bakeries in Australia:
"Is there anyone who is willing to take on a keen apprentice?".
OR do you know of a sourdough baker who is willing to take on a keen apprentice?
I have ideas of what I would like to get out of the apprenticeship, so you can get back to me and we can perhaps e-mail, and see if we're a match :)
Best wishes to all,
P.S. Busy-womans-sourdough is not any particular recipe, just what ever came out at the end given the time constraints of my busy single persons life!