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Published on October 5th, 2017 | by mundohr

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Our Co-Cooking takes students from the Paseo das Pontes College to a bread-making workshop with Pan de Moa

A total of 15 students from the Bread and Cake-making course had the opportunity to take part in this activity thanks to our Cocooking programme. This collaborative training initiative is aimed at students and professionals in the catering sector, and aims to contribute to training highly qualified professionals and encourage exchange of knowledge.

Cocooking de Hijos de Rivera en Pan da Moa

A total of 15 students from the double Bread and Cake-making course from the CIFP Paseo das Pontes College in A Coruña had the opportunity to take part in a bread-making training activity led by Pan da Moa, through our Co-cooking programme.

This is a collaborative training initiative aimed at students and professionals from the catering sector which, through a number of different activities, contributes to training highly qualified professionals encouraging the exchange of knowledge mainly between producers, chefs, and students.

Cocooking de Hijos de Rivera en Pan da Moa

The bakery at Pan da Moa, in Amio (Santiago), was the setting on this occasion for this session where students learnt about the different types of flour for bread-making, made sourdough, and completed the processes of kneading, fermentation and baking, all of this to complete their knowledge about this product through hands-on training.

Cocooking de Hijos de Rivera en Pan da Moa

Every year, our Co-cooking programme proposes training sessions of great interest to colleges and professionals in the catering sector with the aim of encouraging learning and interrelation of all those involved. To do so, there are practical workshops on different topics such as bread making, dealing with meat, fish and seafood, which are attended by students from the different catering colleges in Galicia.

 

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