Felix Aidoo, Sr
Felix Aidoo was first introduced to the Food Industry over two decades ago. While in his teens, as most of his friends would hang around, Felix would sometimes be helping out his Mom with the Family business a very small one man homemade doughnut shop, Mom didn't need an employee because of how small the shop was. The mixing of the dough was done in the family kitchen and the frying of the doughnuts was done in front of the house. Felix and the siblings therefore voluntarily helped Mom each time they could. As Mom wakes up early in the morning to start preparing the dough Felix and the siblings were sometimes there to give Mom that helping hand. Since then Felix began to have interest in the things related to Food.
Felix first started working in the kitchen as a Kitchen Assistant in the local Restaurants and from there on he decided to travel the world to learn other cultures. After putting things together, he left for South America. First to United Kingdom, Caracas, San Paulo and then finally in La Paz, Bolivia. While in Bolivia, Felix had the chance to learn about other foods in countries far away. However, due to the language barrier at that time Felix had to work in a Resort in the sports section. However, from time to time he was asked to help out in the Kitchen. Felix lived and worked in Bolivia for almost a decade. He then came back to Switzerland where he started working again in the local Restaurants.
As time went by, Felix had the curiosity to know how bread was made. Then one day he decided to visit one of the local bakeries and since then, he began to have a real passion to work in the bakery. Bread has always been what he has really a passion for. Felix worked and also studied in college on how to make bread. After studying, he went straight into work as a full baker.
Artisan Bread Swiss Style
by Felix Aidoo, Sr
It is an eBook that teaches bakers to know how to handle basic Bakery and home base machines as well as the cautions. It goes on to enlighten the baker about the awareness of bakers’ illness and how to prevent them. It talks about the common ingredients as water, flour, salt and yeast. There are also some common recipes for the Swiss Artisan bread.
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