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The Pink Whisk Guide to Bread Making - Brilliant Baking Step-by-Step - cover

The Pink Whisk Guide to Bread Making - Brilliant Baking Step-by-Step

Ruth Clemens

Publisher: David & Charles

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Summary

Ruth Clemens, finalist on BBC's highly successful TV series The Great British Bake Off, shares her delicious bread recipes, fitting for all occasions.Each of the 30 recipes shows you how to get confident with straightforward doughs, to progress to pre-ferments and experiment with further methods.Along with clear step-by-step instructions, the recipes are crammed with tips and tricks to ensure that you'll be turning out delicious homemade loaves in next to no time.
Available since: 06/28/2013.
Print length: 211 pages.

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