Bread Baking Basics
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Bread Baking Basics

Recipes for Mastering Bread, Dough and Flour (Making Bread for Beginners, Homemade Bread)

By Gregory Berger

Make the Perfect Loaf with this Bread Baking Guide

#1 New Release in Rice & Grains and Breakfast Cooking

Bread Baking Basics by Gregory Berger explores the art of getting started and trying something new through making your first loaf of bread. With quotes, essays, photographs, illustrations, and recipes, this bread cookbook helps you feed your stomach—and your soul—through home baked bread.

The best—and easiest—way to make the perfect loaf. Baking new things can be intimidating. But if you never try, you’ll never get to taste the flavors of hard work and success. Practice the art of making bread through new skills that mirror life in surprising ways. Learn confidence while discovering the science of food. Find abundance while trying new and tasty recipes. Explore healthy living with healthy foods, all in Bread Baking Basics.

From making sourdough bread to pizza dough, learn new, simple, and classic recipes for bread. Author Gregory Berger knows what it’s like to try something new. He started making bread as a personal hobby on a whim. Now, he’s an award-winning baker who has learned to make the perfect loaf—and has created recipes for some of Sacramento’s top restaurants while at it.

In Bread Baking Basics, Gregory shares the skills and life lessons he’s learned from his journey, including:

  • The do's and don’ts of making Sourdough bread starters and sour moments
  • Healthy toast recipes and healthy, local eating
  • Creative salad and pizza ideas alongside lessons on moderation and enjoyment

If you found bread baking cookbooks like Bread Baking for Beginners by Bonnie Ohara, Mastering Bread by Marc Vetri, or Bread Bakers Apprentice by Peter Reinheart helpful, you’ll love Bread Baking Basics.

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