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* Features an indispensable, fully illustrated reference section covering the breads of the world, with fascinating details about their shape, taste, texture and history * Over 100 traditional bread recipes from cuisines around the world * Includes recipes from every corner of the globe: there are great classic breads, such as Italian Ciabatta, French Baguettes, Irish Soda * Features an indispensable, fully illustrated reference section covering the breads of the world, with fascinating details about their shape, taste, texture and history * Over 100 traditional bread recipes from cuisines around the world * Includes recipes from every corner of the globe: there are great classic breads, such as Italian Ciabatta, French Baguettes, Irish Soda Bread, and San Franciscan Sourdough, as well as less well known, but no less delicious breads, such as Portuguese Corn Bread, Welsh Clay Pot Loaves, and Syrian Onion Bread * A detailed step-by-step techniques section explains every stage of the bread-making process from mixing and kneading to glazing and baking * Find out how easy it is to use an automatic bread-making machine


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* Features an indispensable, fully illustrated reference section covering the breads of the world, with fascinating details about their shape, taste, texture and history * Over 100 traditional bread recipes from cuisines around the world * Includes recipes from every corner of the globe: there are great classic breads, such as Italian Ciabatta, French Baguettes, Irish Soda * Features an indispensable, fully illustrated reference section covering the breads of the world, with fascinating details about their shape, taste, texture and history * Over 100 traditional bread recipes from cuisines around the world * Includes recipes from every corner of the globe: there are great classic breads, such as Italian Ciabatta, French Baguettes, Irish Soda Bread, and San Franciscan Sourdough, as well as less well known, but no less delicious breads, such as Portuguese Corn Bread, Welsh Clay Pot Loaves, and Syrian Onion Bread * A detailed step-by-step techniques section explains every stage of the bread-making process from mixing and kneading to glazing and baking * Find out how easy it is to use an automatic bread-making machine

30 review for Bread : The Breads of the World and how to Bake Them at Home

  1. 4 out of 5

    Kristi Richardson

    This is a beautiful heavy duty paperback book of Breads from all over the World that is my go to book on breadmaking. I especially love the English muffin recipe along with the Naan and Pita bread. I have also made the rye bread and the onion loaf. The recipes are for the metric system, must be a british book, but they are very easy to calculate. The pictures are beautiful and very helpful for you to figure out how to shape the breads. There is a lovely section for bread machines that is very help This is a beautiful heavy duty paperback book of Breads from all over the World that is my go to book on breadmaking. I especially love the English muffin recipe along with the Naan and Pita bread. I have also made the rye bread and the onion loaf. The recipes are for the metric system, must be a british book, but they are very easy to calculate. The pictures are beautiful and very helpful for you to figure out how to shape the breads. There is a lovely section for bread machines that is very helpful. I really love this book and highly recommend it to anyone that loves to bake.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Fredrick Danysh

    It is said that bread is the staff of life. Here the authors discuss many of the different breads of the world and tell how to bake them. There are many color photos and tips.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Ruth

    Beautiful book. Almost made me want to take up bread-baking again.

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    Notdorothy

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