5.0 out of 5 stars
Inspiration for the serious baker, 13 Jun. 2013
This book has an American bias but is well worth reading if you want proper bread. The American bread revival seems to be a decade or so ahead that in Britain where traditional bakers have been driven off the high streets by cheap but inferior breads from supermarkets and the likes of Gregg's. If you want good bread than you should seek out whenever possible one of the few artisan bakers and support their business. However it is also fun to have a go yourself and this book will help you create breads superior to anything available in your supermarket.
Great bread needs time and effort. This book will give you much better results than the quickly risen books pushed out by Paul Hollywood and the like.