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The First-time Bread Baker - cover

The First-time Bread Baker

Emmanuel Hadjiandreou

Publisher: Ryland Peters & Small

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Summary

This entry level guide to baking bread at home starts by setting out the tools and equipment needed and explains the science behind the alchemy of turning flour, yeast and water into the bread we love so much. Delicious step-by-step recipes for every day include a 60-minute Soda Bread, a Half-and-half Sourdough Loaf and a Sandwich Loaf. Occasional bakes to have fun with are Puffy Pitta Pockets, Pizza Dough and Crunchy Breadsticks, whilst enriched dough sweet treats to try include Sticky Apple & Cinnamon Buns and a Chocolate & Cherry Stollen.
Available since: 08/10/2021.
Print length: 160 pages.

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