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by Stan Dworkin,Floss Dworkin


Floss Dworkin (Author). I had the original book, "Bake Your Own Bread" and needed to replace the book, the cover was torn off and the book binding was broken, so the book was in two pieces.

Floss Dworkin (Author). I like the layout of the original book of having detail instructions and then at the end of the recipe having a summary of the recipe. This was dropped in the new version, but she has added some new stuff, so will enjoy reading what she has to say.

I had the original book, "Bake Your Own Bread" and needed to replace the book, the cover was torn off and the .

I had the original book, "Bake Your Own Bread" and needed to replace the book, the cover was torn off and the book binding was broken, so the book was in two pieces.

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Bake Your Own Bread book. My biggest complaint about this book is that the recipes generally make too much - 2 or 3 loaves at a time

Bake Your Own Bread book. My biggest complaint about this book is that the recipes generally make too much - 2 or 3 loaves at a time. Usually I just want to make one, and it is a pain to scale the recipe down. Also, a bit more whole-wheat, wheat germ, and bran for my taste. That said, it has a great range of bread recipes including rolls, muffins, bagels, tortillas, pita etc. which is wonderful.

I still make bread every week, sharing it with family, friends, and now, customers. I love this book for its simplistic, demystifying directions and very clear information on making the recipe your own with glazes, toppings, shapes, fillings, add-ins, etc. If you did not learn to make bread at your mom's or grandmother's knee, you can easily learn from this book! The author's were sharing their knowledge and expertise long before the current craze in "artisan" bread and recipes that take days (not hours) from start to finish

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Bake Your Own Bread (Plume) epub download

ISBN13: 978-0453005531

ISBN: 0453005535

Author: Stan Dworkin,Floss Dworkin

Category: Food and Wine

Subcategory: Baking

Language: English

Publisher: Dutton Adult; Rev. and expanded edition (May 18, 1987)

Pages: 252 pages

ePUB size: 1195 kb

FB2 size: 1890 kb

Rating: 4.4

Votes: 790

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Dodo
The original version of this book was my first bread baking bible in the 70's. It was especially good for someone without much experience with yeast, whole wheat flour, and kneading. I remember that the recipe for challah described the dough as smooth as a "baby's butt." This was exactly the consistency of that dough when I tried my hand at challah for the first time which is why I have always trusted this book. The Rich Whole Wheat Bread recipe and the Challah recipe are my all-time favorites. I was thrilled to find this newer edition because my original was getting pretty crumbley in more ways than one. However, it seems to lack a little of the original pizazz. Still, it is the latest edition of the best book I have ever found about baking bread, including the oh-so-beautiful picture books which fill most bookstore shelves. And a perfect shower gift!
Dodo
The original version of this book was my first bread baking bible in the 70's. It was especially good for someone without much experience with yeast, whole wheat flour, and kneading. I remember that the recipe for challah described the dough as smooth as a "baby's butt." This was exactly the consistency of that dough when I tried my hand at challah for the first time which is why I have always trusted this book. The Rich Whole Wheat Bread recipe and the Challah recipe are my all-time favorites. I was thrilled to find this newer edition because my original was getting pretty crumbley in more ways than one. However, it seems to lack a little of the original pizazz. Still, it is the latest edition of the best book I have ever found about baking bread, including the oh-so-beautiful picture books which fill most bookstore shelves. And a perfect shower gift!
Briciraz
I have the 1972 copyright of this wonderful book, yet it is so up to date. I have only ventured with the 100% Whole Wheat Bread recipe, but it's exactly what I was looking for.

I searched far and wide for a Whole Wheat Bread recipe that did not use white flour, all purpose flour, eggs, milk, sugar etc. This recipe uses honey as a sweetener, and the other ingredients are: WHOLE WHEAT flour, water, yeast and salt.

It's so simple and the authors provide incredible instruction. Every step of the way, they seem to anticipate the musings of your mind and settle your fears. I am so glad I found this book at the local public library.

THANK YOU!

What is more, the recipe didn't rely on any fancy equipment. For some, this may be a drawback, but I like to do everything by hand. The instructions are for someone working with their hands. No food processor, no standing blenders, whisks. It's about as basic as you can get.

Keep in mind I refer to the Whole Wheat Recipe. Which came out chewy and tender, the best bread I have made yet.
Briciraz
I have the 1972 copyright of this wonderful book, yet it is so up to date. I have only ventured with the 100% Whole Wheat Bread recipe, but it's exactly what I was looking for.

I searched far and wide for a Whole Wheat Bread recipe that did not use white flour, all purpose flour, eggs, milk, sugar etc. This recipe uses honey as a sweetener, and the other ingredients are: WHOLE WHEAT flour, water, yeast and salt.

It's so simple and the authors provide incredible instruction. Every step of the way, they seem to anticipate the musings of your mind and settle your fears. I am so glad I found this book at the local public library.

THANK YOU!

What is more, the recipe didn't rely on any fancy equipment. For some, this may be a drawback, but I like to do everything by hand. The instructions are for someone working with their hands. No food processor, no standing blenders, whisks. It's about as basic as you can get.

Keep in mind I refer to the Whole Wheat Recipe. Which came out chewy and tender, the best bread I have made yet.
Vichredag
I had the original book, "Bake Your Own Bread" and needed to replace the book, the cover was torn off and the book binding was broken, so the book was in two pieces. I like the layout of the original book of having detail instructions and then at the end of the recipe having a summary of the recipe. This was dropped in the new version, but she has added some new stuff, so will enjoy reading what she has to say. I liked the comments she would make in the original book and will enjoy reading through the new book to see what she has to say in the updated version. Overall, I am pleased with the book. This book is now out of print, so I had to buy a used copy. I was satisfied with the copy of the used book.
Vichredag
I had the original book, "Bake Your Own Bread" and needed to replace the book, the cover was torn off and the book binding was broken, so the book was in two pieces. I like the layout of the original book of having detail instructions and then at the end of the recipe having a summary of the recipe. This was dropped in the new version, but she has added some new stuff, so will enjoy reading what she has to say. I liked the comments she would make in the original book and will enjoy reading through the new book to see what she has to say in the updated version. Overall, I am pleased with the book. This book is now out of print, so I had to buy a used copy. I was satisfied with the copy of the used book.
Yozshugore
Back in the late 1970's I discovered this book and started making homemade bread for my family. Sharing the bread with friends and neighbors prompted some of them to ask for lessons in bread making. This led to offering bread classes in my home, which in later years led to demonstrations at a gourmet kitchen store, programs for civic groups, bread "camp" for online forum friends, and most recently, selling my homemade breads at a small local farmers' market. I still make bread every week, sharing it with family, friends, and now, customers. I love this book for its simplistic, demystifying directions and very clear information on making the recipe your own with glazes, toppings, shapes, fillings, add-ins, etc. If you did not learn to make bread at your mom's or grandmother's knee, you can easily learn from this book! The author's were sharing their knowledge and expertise long before the current craze in "artisan" bread and recipes that take days (not hours) from start to finish. Buy this little book if you want to "make your own bread and be healthier" - you will not be disappointed.
Yozshugore
Back in the late 1970's I discovered this book and started making homemade bread for my family. Sharing the bread with friends and neighbors prompted some of them to ask for lessons in bread making. This led to offering bread classes in my home, which in later years led to demonstrations at a gourmet kitchen store, programs for civic groups, bread "camp" for online forum friends, and most recently, selling my homemade breads at a small local farmers' market. I still make bread every week, sharing it with family, friends, and now, customers. I love this book for its simplistic, demystifying directions and very clear information on making the recipe your own with glazes, toppings, shapes, fillings, add-ins, etc. If you did not learn to make bread at your mom's or grandmother's knee, you can easily learn from this book! The author's were sharing their knowledge and expertise long before the current craze in "artisan" bread and recipes that take days (not hours) from start to finish. Buy this little book if you want to "make your own bread and be healthier" - you will not be disappointed.
Asyasya
Delighted to find a replacement for a beloved bread book that was worn out from use.
Asyasya
Delighted to find a replacement for a beloved bread book that was worn out from use.
Alsanadar
good all around bread baking book
Alsanadar
good all around bread baking book