Bread, in particular flatbread, exists in almost all cultures of the world. The bakelaug was established in April 2018 to provide an inclusive community space to learn about and to be inspired by all types of bread making.
The Bakelaug operates out of the bakehouse at Losæter and provides a selection of organic flours from ancient grains from Norway, and all the necessary equipment to bake. The bakehouse is equipped with a wood-fire oven, a tandoor, and a takke to allow for baking different styles of bread from different corners of the world.
There are many ways to get involved in Losæter Bakelaug:
1) Join the Steering Committee — here we do planning, administration, operations, and communications to ensure the Bakelaug and the bakehouse runs smoothly.
2) Participate in Bakelaug events — throughout the year we have open baking days, events (e.g. Sourdough Festival, Through the Tandoor Indian Flatbread Festival) and weekly gatherings where you can bake or interact with other bakers.
3) Become an authorised person – several training sessions are held throughout the year to authourise members on the use and maintenance of the bakehouse. As an authourised person, you can book the bakehouse for baking and have access to a variety of baking courses.
This post is also available in: Norwegian Bokmål