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Classic Sourdoughs Revised

Author: Ed Wood
Publisher: Random House Digital, Inc.
ISBN: 1607740079
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In a revised edition that includes a new bread-making technique and new recipes, the authors provide 100 recipes for sourdough bread, including Herb Spelt Bread, No-Knead Kamut Bread, Malt Beer Bread and much more. Original.

Whole Grain Baking Made Easy

Author: Tabitha Alterman
Publisher: Voyageur Press (MN)
ISBN: 0760345988
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Take control of the grains you eat. Whole Grain Baking Made Easy is a guide for bakers who want to maximize the nutritional value of their breads and desserts while experimenting with delicious new flavors of many different whole grains. Including a Comprehensive Guide to Grinding Grains.

The New Wildcrafted Cuisine

Author: Pascal Baudar
Publisher: Chelsea Green Publishing
ISBN: 1603586067
Size: 71.84 MB
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With detailed recipes for ferments, infusions, spices, and other preparations Wild foods are increasingly popular, as evidenced by the number of new books about identifying plants and foraging ingredients, as well as those written by chefs about culinary creations that incorporate wild ingredients (Noma, Faviken, Quay, Manreza, et al.). The New Wildcrafted Cuisine, however, goes well beyond both of these genres to deeply explore the flavors of local terroir, combining the research and knowledge of plants and landscape that chefs often lack with the fascinating and innovative techniques of a master food preserver and self-described “culinary alchemist.” Author Pascal Baudar views his home terrain of southern California (mountain, desert, chaparral, and seashore) as a culinary playground, full of wild plants and other edible and delicious foods (even insects) that once were gathered and used by native peoples but that have only recently begun to be re-explored and appreciated. For instance, he uses various barks to make smoked vinegars, and combines ants, plants, and insect sugar to brew primitive beers. Stems of aromatic plants are used to make skewers. Selected rocks become grinding stones, griddles, or plates. Even fallen leaves and other natural materials from the forest floor can be utilized to impart a truly local flavor to meats and vegetables, one that captures and expresses the essence of season and place. This beautifully photographed book offers up dozens of creative recipes and instructions for preparing a pantry full of preserved foods, including Pickled Acorns, White Sage-Lime Cider, Wild Kimchi Spice, Currant Capers, Infused Salts with Wild Herbs, Pine Needles Vinegar, and many more. And though the author’s own palette of wild foods are mostly common to southern California, readers everywhere can apply Baudar’s deep foraging wisdom and experience to explore their own bioregions and find an astonishing array of plants and other materials that can be used in their own kitchens. The New Wildcrafted Cuisine is an extraordinary book by a passionate and committed student of nature, one that will inspire both chefs and adventurous eaters to get creative with their own local landscapes.

Homemade Sourdough

Author: Ed Wood
Publisher: Voyageur Press
ISBN: 9780760347348
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Start, grow, and bake your own delicious, homemade sourdough bread, with or without commercial yeast! Homemade Sourdough is the ultimate guide to creating your own sourdough bread. Learn sourdough formulas and recipes and follow along as the author explains the science behind sourdough and provides a guide to the world of starters, wild yeasts, proofing, pre-ferments, and motherdough. Homemade Sourdough provides dozens of recipes, not just for bread but for other baked goods, from muffins to pizza crust to chocolate cake. Sourdough is especially attractive to anyone who is aiming for a sustainable, self-sufficient lifestyle and also those who want the health benefits of bread made through fermentation. Sourdough rises through the action of lactic acid, so it doesn't require storebought yeastâ?¬â? but the sourdough starter method works beautifully with either commercial yeast or wild yeast. For those interested in lowering their intake of gluten, sourdough preparations can produce lively, tasty loaves with lower amounts of gluten than other methods. There is no better way to embrace heritage flavors and time-tested bread-baking techniques than with sourdough. Foodies, farmers, DIYers, and locavores will want to devour this book.

The Bread Builders

Author: Alan Scott
Publisher: Chelsea Green Publishing
ISBN: 1603580131
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Creating the perfect loaf of bread--a challenge that has captivated bakers for centuries--is now the rage in the hippees places, from Waitsfield, Vermont, to Point Reyes Station, California. Like the new generation of beer drinkers who consciously seek out distinctive craft-brewed beers, many people find that their palates have been reawakened and re-educated by the taste of locally baked, whole-grain breads. Today's village bakers are finding an important new role--linking tradition with a sophisticated new understanding of natural levens, baking science and oven construction. Daniel Wing, a lover of all things artisinal, had long enjoyed baking his own sourdough bread. His quest for the perfect loaf began with serious study of the history and chemistry of bread baking, and eventually led to an apprenticeship with Alan Scott, the most influential builder of masonry ovens in America. Alan and Daniel have teamed up to write this thoughtful, entertaining, and authoritative book that shows you how to bake superb healthful bread and build your own masonry oven. The authors profile more than a dozen small-scale bakers around the U.S. whose practices embody the holistic principles of community-oriented baking based on whole grains and natural leavens. The Bread Builders will appeal to a broad range of readers, including: Connoisseurs of good bread and good food. Home bakers interested in taking their bread and pizza to the next level of excellence. Passionate bakers who fantasize about making a living by starting their own small bakery. Do-it-yourselfers looking for the next small construction project. Small-scale commercial bakers seeking inspiration, the most up-to-date knowledge about the entire bread-baking process, and a marketing edge.

Bread

Author: Daniel Stevens
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1408896311
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In the third of the River Cottage Handbook series, Daniel Stevens explains the ins and outs of baking, and inspires us to abandon ready-sliced loaves for a world of delicious breads baked at home. First, Daniel examines the key ingredients in baking (flour, yeast, salt and water), explains the science behind the seemingly alchemic processes, and advises on the right kit to get started. He then demonstrates how to make yeast and non-yeast breads, as well as enriched doughs and home-started sourdough, and includes sixty recipes, covering everything from the simple white loaf and familiar classics such as ciabatta, naan and pizza bread, to fresh new challenges like potato bread, rye, tortilla, croissants, doughnuts and bagels. The handbook is completed by full-colour photographs throughout, including step-by-step photos, instructions for building your own bread oven, and a directory of equipment and useful addresses.

Brot Backen

Author: Reinhardt Hess
Publisher: GRÄFE UND UNZER
ISBN: 9783833803031
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Die Deutschen sind ein Volk der Brotesser, und kein Land hat so viele Brotsorten zu bieten wie wir. Vollkorn zum Frühstück, Baguette zum Mittagessen und Bauernbrot zur abendlichen Brotzeit. Schade nur, dass der Toast aus der Tüte und die Aufbackbrötchen meist labberige Konsistenz haben und die Graubrote vom Bäcker um die Ecke alle gleich schmecken. Dabei ist es doch so einfach, Brot selbst zu backen: Teig mischen und kneten, zusehen, wie aus einem kleinen Kloß ein dickes Brot wird. Und erst der Duft, wenn das Brot im Ofen ist und sich die Knusperkruste wölbt. Dazu braucht es wenig: Mehl, Wasser, Hefe, Backferment oder Sauerteig. Also Natur pur und ein bisschen Geduld gehört noch dazu, dann gelingt alles - vom echten Baguette bis zum herzhaften Roggenbrot, vom Walnussbrot bis zum Altgomerischen Kartoffelbrot und nicht zu vergessen die Partybrote und echte Wellnessbrote - einfach unbezahlbar.

Bernard Clayton S New Complete Book Of Breads

Author: Bernard Clayton
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0743287096
Size: 62.93 MB
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A thirtieth anniversary edition of the classic baking guide provides updated advice on baking, storing, and freezing a wide assortment of breads, in a volume that also includes chapters on croissants, flatbreads, brioches, and crackers. Reprint. 35,000 first printing.

Kochen

Author: Michael Pollan
Publisher: Antje Kunstmann
ISBN: 3888979897
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Wie kommen wir in unserem täglichen Leben zu einem tieferen Verständnis der Natur und der besonderen Rolle unserer Spezies darin? Am besten geht man dazu einfach in die Küche, meint Michael Pollan. Und das tut er in seinem neuen, aufregenden Buch "Kochen" und vermisst das Terrain der Küche auf ungewohnte Weise. Pollan beschäftigt sich mit den vier klassischen Elementen – Feuer, Wasser, Luft und Erde –, die das, was die Natur uns liefert, in köstliches Essen und Trinken verwandeln, und geht selbst noch einmal in die Lehre: Bei einem Barbecue-Meister lernt er die Magie des Feuers kennen; ein Chez-Panisse-Koch weist ihn in die Kunst des Schmorens ein; ein Bäcker bringt ihm bei, wie Mehl und Wasser durch Luft in duftendes Brot verwandelt werden; und die 'Fermentos', eine Gruppe verrückter Genies, zu denen ein Brauer und ein Käser gehören, zeigen ihm, wie Pilze und Bakterien eine erstaunliche Alchemie zustande bringen. In all diesen Verwandlungsprozessen nehmen die Köche eine besondere Position ein: die zwischen Natur und Kultur. Mit Pollan lernen auch die Leser, wie uns das Kochen verbindet:?mit Pflanzen und Tieren, mit der Erde und den Bauern, unserer Geschichte und Kultur und natürlich mit den Menschen, mit denen und für die wir kochen. Wenn wir die Freude am Kochen zurückgewinnen, das ist das Fazit dieses wunderbaren Buchs, öffnet sich die Tür zu einem reicheren Leben.