GERMAN BREAD POT – Handcrafted Stoneware “black”
German craftsmanship in perfection. Handcrafted bread pot, smooth surface and a “breathing” wooden cover
are keeping your bread fresh, cool and protect it from insects and getting hard or moldy.
Kitchen Stoneware – Keeps your Bread fresh and well protected
German stoneware – Just like Oma.
Why a German bread pot? Because this is the best way to ensure that your homemade bread lasts as long as possible. A breadbox creates a controlled temperature and air circulation. This natural controlled atmosphere is the best way to keep your bread and rolls always fresh.
Weight approx. 4kg
GERMAN BAUERNBROT RECIPE
You look for German bread recipes – Here is one great example of Authentic German Bread “Bauernbrot”.
German Bread Recipes
On request we can also customize your German bread pot, either we put your initials, name or you can choose a different color – Please contact us for your special request.
The premium quality title “Made in Germany”ensure you about the highest possible craftsmanship. All items are triple checked by a master.
The title of master craftsman is a quality mark in Germany denoting someone who has obtained a recognised qualification, the “Meisterbrief”. The exam not only tests a person’s skill level in their chosen profession but also their ability to run a business. Only those who have passed their “Meisterbrief” are entitled to train apprentices.
A master craftsman or master tradesman (sometimes called only master or grandmaster) was a member of a guild. In the European guild system, only masters and journeymen were allowed to be members of the guild. An aspiring master would have to pass through the career chain from apprentice to journeyman before he could be elected to become a master craftsman. He would then have to produce a sum of money and a masterpiece before he could actually join the guild. If the masterpiece was not accepted by the masters, he was not allowed to join the guild, possibly remaining a journeyman for the rest of his life.
In Germany, the master craftsman (Meister) is the highest professional qualification in crafts and is a state-approved grade. The certification is called Meisterbrief. The qualification includes theoretical and practical training in the craft as well as business and legal training. Additionally, it implies the qualification to train apprentices. These qualifications prepare the Meister for running their own business or alternatively for higher positions at a company. The status of master craftsmen is regulated in the German Gesetz zur Ordnung des Handwerks (Crafts and Trades Regulation Code). Guilds have been abolished in Germany, but the ranks of apprentice (Lehrling), journeyman (Geselle) and master craftsman have been retained even through modern times. For safety-relevant crafts, e.g., electricians and chimney sweeps, any business in the trade has to be run by a master craftsman or has to employ at least one Meister. Journeymen and master craftsmen are by law automatically members of their regional chamber of crafts (Handwerkskammer), which is a self-governing public body. The chamber organizes vocational training and oversees the examination of the journeymen and masters. To become a master craftsman, it is usually required to have completed vocational training in the craft in which the examination should be taken, which finishes with a final examination called Gesellenprüfung (journeyman’s examination). If these requirements are fulfilled, the candidate can take courses for the Meisterprüfung (master craftman’s examination). The duration of the courses takes 4 to 6 years depending on the craft. The examination includes theoretical, practical and oral parts and takes 5 to 7 days (depending on the craft). In some crafts, the creation of a masterpiece is also part of the examination. The German Meister qualifies the holder to study for a bachelor’s degree at university, whether the Meister holds a regular university entrance qualification or not. According to the German Qualifications Framework, the Meisterbrief is at the same level as a bachelor’s degree, even though it is not an academic degree and thus not directly comparable.
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