The book's title, and the author's previous successes, led me to expect a small book packed with little known tips,methods, advice, troubleshooting problems, anecdotes and perhaps some recipes.
I agree with all the points in the other review. The author has tried to earn money from old rope - repeating almost word for word, apart from some different ingredients, in each recipe.
There are not really any "secrets" - the methods given can be found in almost any book on breadmaking. I certainly never saw any "confessions"!!
Often, small books are interesting and worth keeping - this book is neither, to me anyway. After a few pages introducing the baker and bakery, we are… Read more