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Our original contribution to the no-knead bread revolution . There’s no significant downside to bread baking but the upside can be fabulous.

Our original contribution to the no-knead bread revolution: substitute live sourdough starter for instant yeast to create the ultimate no knead artisan bread loaf. What can I say? I fell in love!!

Download books for free. Now, with Nancy Baggett's revolutionary new Kneadlessly Simple method, even complete novices can bake bread quickly and easily in their own homes, with no kneading and no kitchen mess.

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Kneadlessly Simple: Fabulous, Fuss-Free, No-Knead Breads. Now in paperback, Nancy Baggett's revolutionary Kneadlessly Simple lets even complete novices bake bread quickly and easily in their own homes, with no kneading and no mess. The ultimate guide of super-simple no-knead bread recipes. Using the author's simple and effective technique, these recipes call for minimal ingredients and can usually be mixed in one bowl using a single spoon-with amazingly good results.

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The ultimate guide of super-simple no-knead bread recipes

For years, home cooks have shied away from baking their own yeast bread because they were intimidated by the mess, expertise, and kneading required. Now in paperback, Nancy Baggett's revolutionary Kneadlessly Simple lets even complete novices bake bread quickly and easily in their own homes, with no kneading and no mess.

Using the author's simple and effective technique, these recipes call for minimal ingredients and can usually be mixed in one bowl using a single spoon?with amazingly good results. A wide variety of breads are provided, including Crusty Sourdough Boules, English Muffin Loaves, pizza dough (and companion sauce recipe), Caraway Beer Bread, and much more.Perfect for inexperienced bakers and busy home cooks who don't have the time for kneading and kitchen clean-up yeast breads usually require, as well as budget-conscious consumers who love homemade artisan bread flavor, but not artisan bakery pricesAuthor Nancy Baggett is the bestselling author of 13 cookbooksIncludes 73 foolproof bread recipes for comfy classics like Cinnamon-Raisin Bread to contemporary favorites like Rosemary Focaccia

Nothing beats a loaf of fresh, warm-from-the-oven bread. Kneadlessly Simple lets even novice cooks create fragrant, full-flavored loaves without any specialized equipment, mess, or kneading.

Kneadlessly Simple: Fabulous, Fuss-Free, No-Knead Breads epub download

ISBN13: 978-1118169438

ISBN: 1118169433

Author: Nancy Baggett

Category: Food and Wine

Subcategory: Baking

Language: English

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt; 1 edition (November 11, 2011)

Pages: 224 pages

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Rating: 4.9

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Mmsa
I was given a sample of this book four years ago that had four or five of the recipes from the book, and I decided on a whim to try the Easy Oat Bread recipe. It quickly became one of our favorite bread recipes, and I immediately ordered the book. I have tried a lot of other bread baking methods (traditional, sourdough, artisan bread, etc), but I always come back to this. For a busy mother of little children, who has arthritis and not enough counter space for a stand mixer, traditional bread-making has been difficult for me. Kneadlessly Simple has been my answer.

Pros:
* Easy methods. Don't confuse the time commitment with complexity. You mix, you rise, you stir, you rise again, you bake.
* Flexibility. Yes, the bread takes a long time from start to finish, but you only have to put in a few minutes of effort for each step, and the range of times for completing the steps means you can do them when it makes sense for *you*.
* Delicious recipes. Our family's favorite recipes, the ones I make often, are Easy Oat Bread, Easy White Bread, English Muffin Loaves, Cheddar and Chiles Bread, and County Fair White Bread

Cons:
* While the recipes are very easy to make, they do require planning ahead. If you decide to make bread today, you won't be eating it until tomorrow. You also need to do a little math to make sure you won't be needing to bake the bread in the middle of the night.
* My children hate the pot breads, which eliminates a good quarter or more of the recipes. They don't like the thick crust that forms on a pot bread, and I must admit the crust is a little thick even for the adults.
* It's easy to underbake the bread. Since the dough is very wet, you have to be sure you bake it a good long time. If you don't quite hit that, your bread will be gummy and not very good.
* Theoretically you should be able to convert another recipe you love to this method, but I have never had success with it.
* Not a lot of healthy breads, and those that are in there aren't - in my opinion - anywhere as good as the others. I have had more success substituting part whole wheat flour for the all-white breads than I have trying the breads in the chapter on healthy breads.

Overall, four years later, I wouldn't dream of giving up my copy of Kneadlessly Simple. It's the only bread book on my shelves that sees regular use. Definitely worth a buy!
Mmsa
I was given a sample of this book four years ago that had four or five of the recipes from the book, and I decided on a whim to try the Easy Oat Bread recipe. It quickly became one of our favorite bread recipes, and I immediately ordered the book. I have tried a lot of other bread baking methods (traditional, sourdough, artisan bread, etc), but I always come back to this. For a busy mother of little children, who has arthritis and not enough counter space for a stand mixer, traditional bread-making has been difficult for me. Kneadlessly Simple has been my answer.

Pros:
* Easy methods. Don't confuse the time commitment with complexity. You mix, you rise, you stir, you rise again, you bake.
* Flexibility. Yes, the bread takes a long time from start to finish, but you only have to put in a few minutes of effort for each step, and the range of times for completing the steps means you can do them when it makes sense for *you*.
* Delicious recipes. Our family's favorite recipes, the ones I make often, are Easy Oat Bread, Easy White Bread, English Muffin Loaves, Cheddar and Chiles Bread, and County Fair White Bread

Cons:
* While the recipes are very easy to make, they do require planning ahead. If you decide to make bread today, you won't be eating it until tomorrow. You also need to do a little math to make sure you won't be needing to bake the bread in the middle of the night.
* My children hate the pot breads, which eliminates a good quarter or more of the recipes. They don't like the thick crust that forms on a pot bread, and I must admit the crust is a little thick even for the adults.
* It's easy to underbake the bread. Since the dough is very wet, you have to be sure you bake it a good long time. If you don't quite hit that, your bread will be gummy and not very good.
* Theoretically you should be able to convert another recipe you love to this method, but I have never had success with it.
* Not a lot of healthy breads, and those that are in there aren't - in my opinion - anywhere as good as the others. I have had more success substituting part whole wheat flour for the all-white breads than I have trying the breads in the chapter on healthy breads.

Overall, four years later, I wouldn't dream of giving up my copy of Kneadlessly Simple. It's the only bread book on my shelves that sees regular use. Definitely worth a buy!
Kison
First, I should point out that part of what makes any recipe have flavor, is the ingredients. The book is decently written, and I did mostly enjoy the information about the how and why it works. There's also a 'troubleshooting' section in case your bread doesn't turn out. I've tried a number of the recipes and haven't been disappointed (though I'm working on the honey oat bread recipe to enhance the honey flavor ;)).

The recipes themselves are organized nicely, leaving little if anything to guess at. I don't happen to have a scale, but I've never had trouble with the recipes.

Overall, I like the book, both for the recipes (convenient, easy to follow) and for the extra information in it. As far as being fabulous, well, homemade bread is. You'll find that no-knead breads are often similar, and that, as the author points out, the longer it sits, the better the flavor.

My only complaint is that the author insists multiple times that in all generic brands are of a lower quality than the name brand. Don't be fooled by her creepily biased opinion. The recipes work just fine and taste the same whether using name-brand or generic brands. The trick is to pay attention to quality, not name. Many companies use the same product packaged differently and marketed to different groups.

(Yes, the intro is long winded, but it's not a pricey book, skip it if you don't want to read it.)
Kison
First, I should point out that part of what makes any recipe have flavor, is the ingredients. The book is decently written, and I did mostly enjoy the information about the how and why it works. There's also a 'troubleshooting' section in case your bread doesn't turn out. I've tried a number of the recipes and haven't been disappointed (though I'm working on the honey oat bread recipe to enhance the honey flavor ;)).

The recipes themselves are organized nicely, leaving little if anything to guess at. I don't happen to have a scale, but I've never had trouble with the recipes.

Overall, I like the book, both for the recipes (convenient, easy to follow) and for the extra information in it. As far as being fabulous, well, homemade bread is. You'll find that no-knead breads are often similar, and that, as the author points out, the longer it sits, the better the flavor.

My only complaint is that the author insists multiple times that in all generic brands are of a lower quality than the name brand. Don't be fooled by her creepily biased opinion. The recipes work just fine and taste the same whether using name-brand or generic brands. The trick is to pay attention to quality, not name. Many companies use the same product packaged differently and marketed to different groups.

(Yes, the intro is long winded, but it's not a pricey book, skip it if you don't want to read it.)
Abywis
Oh, my! This book is amazing. I have experimented with bread recipes from dozens of cookbooks over the years, drawn by the promise of yeasty aromas and a fetish for crusty, brown artisan breads. Very few of the results have lived up to my expectations. As my life grew busier, and time shorter, I shifted to bread machine recipes, but then all the loaves looked the same and few were as tasty as I'd hoped. A few weeks ago a friend told me about this book with its innovative techniques. I could toss the ingredients together at night before bed, she claimed, let the dough rise and (get this!) knead itself through my next work day...then when I got home all I had to to was crank up the oven, do a quick shaping in a pan for a brief second rise, and stick it in the oven. I've already tried three recipes, and every one turned out looking like the product of an artisan baker. Just beautiful! And the flavor of these breads is unbeatable. No more paying $5. a loaf at the local breadery. I'd recommend this book to anyone who loves wholesome, fresh bread, whether they're an experienced cook or a beginner. The recipes are that easy to follow, and the results are extraordinary.
Abywis
Oh, my! This book is amazing. I have experimented with bread recipes from dozens of cookbooks over the years, drawn by the promise of yeasty aromas and a fetish for crusty, brown artisan breads. Very few of the results have lived up to my expectations. As my life grew busier, and time shorter, I shifted to bread machine recipes, but then all the loaves looked the same and few were as tasty as I'd hoped. A few weeks ago a friend told me about this book with its innovative techniques. I could toss the ingredients together at night before bed, she claimed, let the dough rise and (get this!) knead itself through my next work day...then when I got home all I had to to was crank up the oven, do a quick shaping in a pan for a brief second rise, and stick it in the oven. I've already tried three recipes, and every one turned out looking like the product of an artisan baker. Just beautiful! And the flavor of these breads is unbeatable. No more paying $5. a loaf at the local breadery. I'd recommend this book to anyone who loves wholesome, fresh bread, whether they're an experienced cook or a beginner. The recipes are that easy to follow, and the results are extraordinary.