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  1. 5.0

    The breads of the Beit Hamikdash was one of the most memorable and interesting experiences we had in Israel. Mr. Seidel enabled us to visualize, bake and even taste the different breads that were prepared in the beit hamikdash. We learned a great deal about an important topic about which we knew little. The workshop made an ancient, abstract, mysterious process accessible. The experience was priceless, and we can’t stop talking and thinking about it.

  2. 5.0

    I was in the workshop of Saidel’s family today with my 3 kids 5,9&11.
    A warming welcome with a man who loves what he does.
    We cook pasta, focaccia, chiabata and gresini. We ate our pasta there and came home with all the sorts of bread we baked after a 2,5 hours activity.
    75₪ per person, it worth it.

  3. 5.0

    Did French bread baking workshop with 3 boys (ages 11, 9 and 6) last summer and it was fantastic. We came home with lots of delicious bread and recipes we could use at home (and have used successfully over and over again!) Plan to go back again this summer for a different workshop.

  4. 5.0

    we did the chanukah one and it was great. All our kids from ages 3 to 14 enjoyed it. We came home with TONS of stuff-yum!!

  5. 5.0

    Did this with ages 5 and 8, they had a great time

  6. 5.0

    I went with 2 boys ages 5 and 8 and they loved it!

  7. 5.0

    We attended The ‘Taste of Paris’ Summer Baking Workshops at Saidels Bakery. I can’t recommend this workshop enough. This isn’t your typical stand-at-a-table-and-knead-some-dough experience; this is a serious, hands on, multi-sensory extravaganza!The Saidel Boulangerie is based on the famous Poilane Bakery of Paris (âne) and is an impressive replica.
    We saw how the flour is ground and learned about all the intricacies of lighting the oven and adjusting the temperature. Chef Eli’s stories about home grown yeasts were just fascinating!
    Chef Eli taught us how to bake two different types of baguette and olive fougasse (like a focaccia). We learned about the prestigious ‘Compagnon du Devoir’ the French bakers’ guild and tried our hands at bake shaping new shapes of bread, in the hope of being accepted into the guild. My first time driving to the shomron. Was easy and not too far
    We were there for 3 hours and we left with our arms full to overflowing with delicious breads!

  8. 5.0

    Great activity! We had a wonderful visit to Saidel’s Bakery in Karnei Shomron this morning. Fully fun, educational and delicious seminar for the whole family about breads from Paris. My kids loved it!

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