The aim of this book is to show how easy it is to make wonderful breads from the UK and around the world. Once you have mastered the basics, you will be carried away with bread baking. This is a simple book because making bread is simple.
The aim of this book is to show how easy it is to make wonderful breads from the UK and around the world. Once you have mastered the basics, you will be carried away with bread baking. This is a simple book because making bread is simple. Of course there are lots of variations, flavours, textures, shapes and colours to play with. There are lots of ways of turning the simple ingredients of water, flour, salt, sometimes a little fat, and a raising agent into the wonderful aroma-filled product we know as bread, though many would call it magic. Apart from the economics of baking your own bread, which represents a good saving for really high quality products, baking your own bread produces a wonderful loaf. Nothing like the mass-produced produce that has become the norm for so many. A house filled with the aroma of bread in the oven or cooling on the rack becomes a home, and you will make the whole street hungry! With many tips, recipes and essential advice on preparation and ingredients, Diana Peacock demonstrates how to create loaves and buns of all shapes and sizes, from the basic family loaf to tortillas and naan, making this an essential book for anyone wanting to rediscover the delights of traditional and contemporary home bread making. Diana Peacock is passionate about making bread and does so at least four times a week. She has written well over 15 books on home cooking, from making jams and preserves to every day cooking for hungry families. She is a co-founder of Kitchen Newbie and is their resident baking expert. For more recipes and information, visit: www.kitchennewbie.com
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