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Baking Bread at Home: Traditional Recipes from around the World Hardcover – Illustrated, 1 Jan 1995
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A brilliantly succinct bible for would-be home bakers, illustrated by classic recipes from many countries. (Philippa Davenport FINANCIAL TIMES) --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
An introduction to art of baking bread. Over 50 authentic, easy to follow recipes from around the world. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.See all Product description
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However, as my wife had bought me the book, and it is the only bread book I have, I went back to it. I had, in the meantime, benefited from a bread making tutorial from my brother and have now tried five or six different recipes from the book and they produced truely EXCELLENT bread. Very faithful to the type they were supposed to be especially the Focaccia, Vienna Bread and San Francisco Sourdough. These three all worked very well and I have gone back to these recipes time and time again.
For the recipes alone, it would get five stars - well worked recipes and very tasty bread but the failure, for me, was the lack of any standard first time bread recipe for the beginner. The book would be more useful if there was some indication about how technically difficult the recipe was and where the beginner should start.