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Meyer's Bakery By Claus Meyer,

  • Title: Meyer's Bakery
  • Author: Claus Meyer
  • ISBN: 9781784722715
  • Page: 208
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Claus Meyer wants to change the bread we eat.In this book he shares his knowledge of bread and baking and the simple idea that bread made with lots of whole grain and slow fermentation is one of the healthiest things we can eat and that everyone can learn how to make it.Through detailed, delicious recipes, step by step sequences, in depth information on ingredients and tClaus Meyer wants to change the bread we eat.In this book he shares his knowledge of bread and baking and the simple idea that bread made with lots of whole grain and slow fermentation is one of the healthiest things we can eat and that everyone can learn how to make it.Through detailed, delicious recipes, step by step sequences, in depth information on ingredients and trouble shooting sections, this book provides all the help you need on your journey to becoming a better baker.The book is built around four types of dough Wheat, Wholegrain, Rye and Enriched Techniques and basic recipes are followed by variations to expand your range From Rye and Spelt Breads to Wholegrain Bread with Apples and Sunflower Seeds and Gingerbread Hearts, the book is an essential guide to Nordic baking in its many delicious forms.
    Meyer s Bakery Claus Meyer wants to change the bread we eat In this book he shares his knowledge of bread and baking and the simple idea that bread made with lots of whole grain and slow fermentation is one of the h

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    1. As an experience bread baker, I found his detailed information about alternate types of grains fascinating He advocates for keeping your own starter and grinding your own grains, which no doubt lead to amazing results But realistically are outside the scope of most folks I loved that he talked about Spelt, Emmer Wheat and others He gave several different variations on rye bread that I am itching to try And ends with a chapter on baking with standard white flour for those times you just want a co [...]

    2. This is a beautiful book with gorgeous photo s and detailed information I am a home baker and I regularly make bread of different varieties This book just plain intimidates me There is never going to be an occasion when I grind my own wheat or make a starter with wild yeast Another reviewer mentioned the last part of the book with home baker accessible recipes THOSE are the recipes I will make While the rest are absolutely mouth watering they are just too much.

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