Lepard's introductions, his photos, and his recipes are all very well done.
If you want a book that doesn't call for more than basic ingredients and your own two hands and your are interested in natural leavens, this is it.
A rank beginner can use this book, and it is a great inspiration for even an experienced baker, I think.
Every recipe in making the various breads is well explained in all the steps needed and with lots of pictures also.Published 1 month ago by Volker H.
My husband and i have enjoyed making bread for many years; first by hand and now with the machine assist. Considering the reviews, we expected more. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
This is a well-made and researched book. The author went around the world getting recipes from bakers in various countries. The layout, and photos are nice. Read morePublished 17 months ago by gretel
The author has invested considerable effort to provide the art of making bread in its very simple way as it should be.Published 19 months ago by Daniel Furda
The style of bread making has changed a lot since I last made my own bread, about 30 years ago. I really enjoy these techniques. Read morePublished on June 6, 2012 by Tom C