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Spelt: Meals, Cakes, Cookies & Breads From the Good Grain Kindle Edition
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Spelt offered itself as an alternative to whole meal, and I thought, if it was good enough for the Roman Army, it is good enough for me. Because it is a much older wheat strain, it does not quite handle like conventional wheat, although it can of course be mixed with other flours. But the difference between it and ordinary wheat flour is perhaps not as great as the difference between ordinary wheat flour and rye. The recipes here are laid out – one per page (hooray) so you don’t have to keep turning pages to follow a recipe. But they are as innovative as the Spelt Project itself: Arancini without rice, but starting with what the book calls speltotto – similar in style to Italian Rocco; pearled spelt to make salads instead of using Bulgar wheat; oatcakes using Spelt porridge flakes; apart from the usual things you would expect in a grains cookbook, like bread, pastry, cake, etc. There is, in the mains section, a good balance between meat and vegetarian dishes, so neither eater will be put off by bias; if there is any bias, it is for spelt. This is a lot more than one of those cookery books to read, yes, there are some that people just read cookery books, but this is very much in the River Cottage tradition: excellent, and half the price of the coffee table type of cook book.
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