Classic Sourdoughs Revised

Classic Sourdoughs  Revised Author Ed Wood
ISBN-10 9781607740070
Year 2011
Pages 180
Language en
Publisher Random House Digital, Inc.
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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.

Classic Sourdoughs Revised

Classic Sourdoughs  Revised Author Ed Wood
ISBN-10 9781607740452
Year 2011-11-02
Pages 192
Language en
Publisher Ten Speed Press
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Sourdough: The Gold Standard of Bread More and more home bakers are replacing mass-produced breads and commercial yeasts in favor of artisan breads made with wild cultures and natural fermentation. Whether you want to capture your own local yeasts, take advantage of established cultures like San Francisco Sourdough, or simply bake healthier, more natural loaves, you’ll find no better guides than renowned sourdough authorities Ed and Jean Wood. In this updated edition of Classic Sourdoughs, the Woods reveal their newly discovered secret to crafting the perfect loaf: by introducing a unique culture-proofing step and adjusting the temperature of the proofs, home bakers can control the sourness and leavening like never before. The reward? Fresh, hot sourdough emerging from the oven just the way you like it—every time. Starting with their signature Basic Sourdough loaf, the Woods present recipes featuring rustic grains and modern flavors, including Herb Spelt Bread, Prarie Flax Bread, and Malt Beer Bread, along with new no-knead versions of classics like White French Bread. They round out the collection with recipes for homemade baguettes, bagels, English muffins, and cinnamon rolls, plus a chapter on baking authentic sourdoughs in bread machines. Steeped in tradition, nuanced in flavor, and wonderfully ritualized in preparation, sourdough is bread the way it was meant to be. So join the sourdough renaissance and bring these time-honored traditions into your own kitchen.

Wild Bread

Wild Bread Author Lisa Rayner
ISBN-10 9780980060812
Year 2009-03
Pages 170
Language en
Publisher Lifeweaver
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Wild Bread is much more than just another bread cookbook Have you ever wanted to bake San Francisco sourdough, crusty French artisan loaves, dense Russian ryes, Italian ciabatta, Indian naan, pita bread, great homemade pizza crusts, soft whole wheat sandwich bread, bagels, sweet doughs, Ethiopian injera crêpes and much more? This book explores what goes on inside dough as it is transformed from water, flour, wild yeast and probiotic bacteria into the kind of bread that makes your mouth water. You may never be satisfied with ordinary bread again. Once you learn what factors affect aroma, flavor, shape, crust and crumb, you too will be transformed — into an artisan. Wild Bread encourages your creativity and provides the basic principles you need to bake any bread you desire without needing a recipe. Wild bread also explores baking bread sustainably in solar cookers and wood-fired earth ovens. Wild Bread teaches you how to make authentic whole grain sourdough artisan breads that are easy to knead by hand and make in the variable temperatures and humidities of an ordinary kitchen. Part I explains the science and care of sourdough ecosystems, including how to capture your own sourdough culture from the air and where to buy authentic cultures from around the world. Part II explains how to make bread, including how to grind your own wholegrain flours and bake artisan-style breads in a home oven. Part III contains instructions for making a variety of artisan loaves, flatbreads, pan breads, batter breads, sweet rolls and more—from wheat, rye and gluten-free whole grain flours. Part IV introduces you to the world of sustainable bread baking, with an exploration of energy-efficient solar cookers and wood-fired earth and brick ovens. Part V contains a variety of information to improve your bread baking, including commercial sources for authentic sourdough culture, bread troubleshooting tips, sources for sustainably-produced grains and flours, and books and DVDs on sourdough and artisan bread baking. One of the most highly rated sourdough bread books published in the last ten years according to reviewers on Amazon.com! "Highly recommended for personal, family, and community library cookbook collections." - The Midwest Book Review "One of the Best! A MUST HAVE for every serious bread enthusiast! ...To be perfectly honest, I did not have high expectations especially because I (like many others) have an inordinate fondness for full color splashy photographs, rich paper and enticing ad copy. The promise of simple binding, a few drawings and an unknown author didn't seem promising. To my great surprise, this book QUICKLY went to the top of my "must keep" list. The reading is engaging, very enjoyable with a pleasant conversational style. The drawings - while not full color photogaphs - are equally interesting and truly add a great touch...but, the Real value of this book is the content and information contained. It's absolutely packed full of relevant content about bread-making...without a doubt this book has more information than almost all the other books I bought including the highly ranked books by Peter Rheinhart and Richard Bertinet...in fact, this book contained nearly everything in both of those books COMBINED plus much more. ..." (Five stars out of five) - JavaJunki Top 100 Amazon Reviewer "Your book is wonderful! I am so thankful to find a book that is more in line with our values than what is available on the mass market! Plus I would much rather support authors who are independently publishing or otherwise operating outside of the system." - Julie, Cultures for Health Copyright (c) 2009 170 pages. 8 1/2 inches by 7 inches. Color cover, black and white illustrations.

Baking Sourdough Bread

Baking Sourdough Bread Author Gšran Sšderin
ISBN-10 9781628738360
Year 2014-01-02
Pages 96
Language en
Publisher Skyhorse Publishing, Inc.
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Sourdough is magic. It’s healthy, it’s tasty, and it’s alive. But that doesn’t mean you have to be a magician to craft beautiful, tasty loaves from it. Baking sourdough bread is an art for everyone. Baking Sourdough Bread is the cookbook and guide into the delicious, healthy world of sourdough. Baking with sourdough isn’t difficult; the biggest challenge is patience! But take it easy, and your taste buds will be rewarded with a crispy crust and rich, full flavor. Of course, it doesn’t hurt to know a few tricks when mastering the art, and this book offers plenty. Learn to make a sourdough starter, and keep the leaven active with regular feeding. Try different flours and unique ingredients; did you know you can make delectable bread with apples and raisins, for example? The book contains recipes for classics like levain and Old English wheat-and-sourdough, unique twists like carrot bread and hazelnut, and sweet breads such as the German gugelhupf, among many others. But it’s not just the recipes that make the book a treat. It’s the creativity it cultivates. The book is a starter—and not just for sourdough.

The Complete Sourdough Cookbook

The Complete Sourdough Cookbook Author Don Holm
ISBN-10 0870045296
Year 1972-07-01
Pages
Language en
Publisher Caxton Press
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Distributed by the University of Nebraska Press for Caxton Press From the right "starter" to delicious sourdough goodies, this book offers one of the most significant collections of sourdough recipes to be tested.

Sourdough Biscuits and Pioneer Pies

Sourdough Biscuits and Pioneer Pies Author Gail L. Jenner
ISBN-10 9781493029716
Year 2017-10-15
Pages 240
Language en
Publisher Rowman & Littlefield
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Old Fashioned Advice for the Modern Baker How Pioneers in the Old West Do It? Living in the Old West required not only stamina, but innovation. Imagine putting a cake together without fresh supplies, measuring spoons, or a dedicated work area; imagine baking that cake without a thermometer, steady heat, or a timer. Sourdough Biscuits and Pioneer Pie shares the baking secrets of Native American ranch house cooks, chuck wagon chefs, and wagon train homemakers, with over a hundred Old West recipes—updated and kitchen tested. Laced among classic baked goods recipes such as Sourdough Biscuits, Spotted Pup Pudding, and Wild Grape-Apple Pie are dozens of anecdotes and fun facts on how our ancestors were so successful with so little.

Homemade Sourdough

Homemade Sourdough Author Ed Wood
ISBN-10 0760347344
Year 2015-05-01
Pages 160
Language en
Publisher Voyageur Press
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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??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.

Baking with Sourdough

Baking with Sourdough Author Sara Pitzer
ISBN-10 9781603424073
Year 1980-01-06
Pages 32
Language en
Publisher Storey Publishing
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Since 1973, Storey's Country Wisdom Bulletins have offered practical, hands-on instructions designed to help readers master dozens of country living skills quickly and easily. There are now more than 170 titles in this series, and their remarkable popularity reflects the common desire of country and city dwellers alike to cultivate personal independence in everyday life.

Bread Matters

Bread Matters Author Andrew Whitley
ISBN-10 9781449418915
Year 2011-08-17
Pages 416
Language en
Publisher Andrews McMeel Publishing
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In Bread Matters, Andrew Whitley, professional organic baker, founder of Bread Matters, and cofounder of the Real Bread Campaign, exposes the terrible state of modern commercial bread and shares his recipes for making great, nutritious bread at home. Using the skills he has amassed during more than 25 years as a professional bread baker, Whitley clearly explains the process in detailed discussions of the tools, ingredients, methods, and tricks of the breadmaking trade. He also offers more than 50 foolproof recipes for all types of bread, including yeast-free and gluten-free loaves, as well as uses for leftover crumbs once they've passed their prime. Bread Matters is an essential bread book for beginning and seasoned bakers alike. Once you see how easy it is to make your own delicious bread at home, you may never buy commercial bread again. "Anyone who understands bread as a transformational food the way Andrew Whitley does, is a friend of mine. In his wonderful book, Bread Matters, he not only brings this powerful and ancient symbol down to earth and demystifies the process, but also communicates from his heart how anyone can easily participate in the joys and rewards of the bread baking craft." --Peter Reinhart, author of Peter Reinhart's Whole Grain Breads: New Techniques, Extraordinary Flavor "Now and then, a book about food is so revelatory, so shocking, that it is likely to change the industry. Andrew Whitley's new book is such a work." --Rose Prince, The Daily Telegraph "What an important book; passionate and polemical and full of truth. The chapter too on gluten-free baking is original and inspiring." --Bee Wilson, Sunday Telegraph and New Statesman "Whitley gets down to brass tacks about what exactly makes artisan bread healthier and tastier, then offers such alluring cases in point as arkatena from Cyprus...and dozens of others, both savory and sweet." --Saveur

Alaska Sourdough

Alaska Sourdough Author Ruth Allman
ISBN-10 1943328161
Year 2015-07-15
Pages 190
Language en
Publisher Alaska Northwest Books
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""Sourdough is a magical food"", as author Ruth Allman was fond of saying. There are folks in Alaska who claim the staff of life in their sourdough pots is more than 40 years old or date it to the time when Fairbanks was a mining town. Handwwritten to match the old-timers recipes, this book includes directions for several starters that can ripen in varying times, three days to one year. In this witty and useful last word on sourdough cookery, there are more than 95 recipes, loads of time-tested advice for the novice, and plenty of lore for sourdough fans. In this classic last word on sourdough cookery, there are recipes for Alaskan frontier staples (hotcakes to doughnuts) with time-tested advice and love.

Do Sourdough

Do Sourdough Author Andrew Whitley
ISBN-10 1907974113
Year 2014-05
Pages 157
Language en
Publisher
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Do Sourdough is a guide to making your own sourdough bread written by the UK's leading authority on real bread. One of the oldest yet perhaps the simplest and tastiest breads you can make, Sourdough needs only flour, water, salt -- and a little time. In Do Sourdough, Andrew Whitley -- a baker for over 30 years who has 'changed the way we think about bread' – shares his simple method for making this deliciously nutritious bread at home. Having taught countless bread-making workshops, Andrew knows that we don't all have the time and patience to bake our own. Now, with his tried-and-tested method and time-saving tips – such as slotting the vital fermentation stage into periods when we're asleep or at work, this is bread baking for Doers. Find out: * the basic tools and ingredients you'll need * how to make your own sourdough starter * a simple method for producing wonderful loaves time and again * ideas and recipe suggestions for fresh and days-old bread The result isn't just fresh bread made with your own hands, it's the chance to learn new skills, make something to share with family and friends, and to change the world – one loaf at a time.

Artisan Baking

Artisan Baking Author Maggie Glezer
ISBN-10 1579652913
Year 2005-10-01
Pages 236
Language en
Publisher Artisan Publishers
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A collection of bread recipes from the finest artisan bread bakers across America features dozens of delicious sourdoughs, pizzas, corn breads, and baguettes, in a cookbook that presents step-by-step instruction in professional bread-making techniques, includes sources for equipment and ingredients, and chronicles the development of the artisan bread movement and its principles. Reprint.

Sourdough Baking

Sourdough Baking Author Susan Draudt
ISBN-10 1555610676
Year 1994
Pages 140
Language en
Publisher Perseus Books Group
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Describes how sourdough bread is made, shows how to work with food processors and bread baking machines, and shares recipes for breads, popovers, pancakes, and waffles

Whole Grain Baking Made Easy

Whole Grain Baking Made Easy Author Tabitha Alterman
ISBN-10 9780760345986
Year 2015-01-15
Pages 160
Language en
Publisher Voyageur Press (MN)
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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.