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- Print Length: 58 pages
- Publication Date: October 15, 2010
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0047DX0TY
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,070,953 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I am SO glad I did.
While I know there's no substitute for developing gluten in your yeast bread the old fashioned way, this book is the key to bridging the gap between no bread at all and something fabulous. I've tried everything in the book except the English Muffins and every one of them have turned out wonderfully, following Mack's instructions. Sometimes I have to tweak things to make it work for my altitude/humidity combination, but all of these breads taste wonderful and are very simple to prepare. For experienced bread makers, I'm sure it's not the bread book of choice but for someone like me, it's practically miraculous. I can finally make bread!
As an ecookbook, the only thing it's lacking is an interactive table of contents and some nitpicking formatting issues. I'd have given it five stars otherwise.
Try the Hawaiian Bread and the Potato rolls. :)
You'll find plenty of easy recipes here, starting with the yummy Farmhouse White Bread. I prep four-to-eight batches at a time and bake them in bulk at my convenience. Once cooled, I wrap the individual loaves in two layers of aluminum foil and a freezer-strength plastic bag. They store well in the freezer for at least six weeks. Before serving the once-frozen farm bread, I place the still-wrapped loaf in the fridge or on a kitchen counter to thaw. When thawed, serve at room temp or warm the bread in a conventional oven or microwave. Out of this world!
Fresh from the oven, the Farmhouse White Bread is divine.
Tips: This bread makes a fantastic foundation for homemade egg and "muffin" meals. It stands up to melting cheese and luscious tomatoes, too.
I use rapid-rising yeast, so my bread isn't sweetened by sugar. And instead of butter, I use 1/4 cup of safflower oil.
The most enticing part of this recipe book is that I was able to make the dough pretty quickly the night before after the kids were in bed and then it can stay in the fridge until I want to bake it. I have two preschoolers, babysit two infants, and teach online college classes so I really don't have several hours to spend in the kitchen. So far I really enjoyed this book. I'll try and update my review once I try the other recipes in this book. I think I might try the potato rolls next.
UPDATE: The Bread was Very Good, we love it. I highly recommend.