These resources were listed on the last Baking/Bakery page on Green which went off line in March just shy of 20 years.  A few new resources have been added.

Home Baking Association

Free Online Courses from Open Culture
Become A Better Baker - Resources, Tips, Techniques
Kitchen Quarantine
Baking Inspiration in Images and Recipes
Bon Appetit
Free Science of Baking Class
Instructable Cooking Classes – Free
Ultimate Baking Resource Guide
Monroe County Public Library
Owen County Public Library
Brown County Public Library

Cooking Skills: FREE Online Resources to Make Pro Chefs in the Kitchen!

Kid-friendly Whole Grain Recipes 
Bake it Right Flavor Charts
Sugar to Honey Conversion - 3/4 cup honey equals to 1 cup sugar. Decrease liquid in recipe by 1/4 cup for each cup of honey added. You also need to lower your oven temperature by 25 degrees when using honey.
Food Tip - Need to soften butter fast? Grate it. 
Clabber Girl's Baking Resources
Baking Tips and Techniques from King Aurthur
Gluten Free Baking
 Food Techniques
The New York Times
Texas A&M
The Quest for Sourdough

About Flours - Flour is a powder made by grinding raw grains or roots and used to make many different foods. Click to read about flours of all types.

Joy of Baking 
The Culinary Cook Lessons

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