- Paperback: 384 pages
- Publisher: Harvard Common Press (December 15, 2016)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1558327967
- ISBN-13: 978-1558327962
- Product Dimensions: 8 x 1 x 9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 66 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #22,245 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Jane Bonacci is a food writer, professional recipe developer, and editor. She is the creator, writer, and photographer of the blog The Heritage Cook, where she shares favorite recipes—many of which are gluten-free—and kitchen wisdom. Her blog has been a finalist in the International Association of Culinary Professionals Awards for Best Recipe Blog. After a successful career in high tech, she changed directions to pursue her lifelong passion for cooking and baking, working at a number of cooking schools where she cooked with and learned from many of the country's finest chefs. She lives in the San Francisco Bay area.
Shannon Kinsella is a graduate of Le Cordon Bleu/Chicago. She is the culinary development manager for Gourmet Garden, an herb and spice purveyor. She has worked as a recipe developer and chef-consultant for Frontera Foods, The Kraft Kitchens, Sur la Table, and other companies and was kitchen director for the nationally aired cooking program "Mexico One Plate at a Time," starring Rick Bayless. She lives in the Chicago area.
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The day it arrived I mixed up the challah recipe using the whole grain flour blend. I did substitute 1/2 cup of the blend for 1/2 cup of gluten free sprouted oat flour. I mixed it in my Kitchen Aid my old bread maker has no gf setting. I grease my silicone challah mold with a brush and coconut oil.
I warmed the oven and let it rise there. It rose fast, and baked to 207 degrees within half an hour. (I set a timer for 15 minutes when I turn it for more even baking. At the second bell, the thermometer showed that if was done!
I might add an egg yolk, and/or mix a different flour in next time, there is a.good section about the many different options available. I happen to have them all. I even had brown sweet rice flour., surely a secret to the success, and yet another plus nutritionly.
While I will make 5 or 6 challaote each month, other recipes may be enjoyed by my grandson who is also allergic to eggs.
This book compiles so much practical information about how to make successful gluten free bread that if you are wishing to embark on make it yourself you will be successful quickly.
'N' Fruit Bread. The book even offers recipes for jams and chutneys to put on my breads. Who knew a bread machine was so versatile? Now I do, and I'll make my own Asian BBQ Sauce. This book is easy to read, with clear instructions, and yummy results. Thanks!
It's annoying if you're looking for a specific recipe though. You have to go to the glossary instead of the table of contents. The ToC only contains the "chapters" or types of bread instead of all the recipes. That means you'll have to resort to lots of bookmarks if you visit a recipe often. The glossary is very full of EVERYTHING (as glossaries are) so looking for a single thing is lengthy.
There are no photos and it's all black and white so it's not a "flipping through to see what you wanna make" kind of recipe book. This is more of a "going in with a plan" kind of book. I'm fine with that for this book, but I normally prefer color photos in my recipe books so I can know what to expect with a recipe, since baking is basically alchemy and who knows what the hell it's gonna look like when you have all the raw components separate.
The caramel bread and eggnog bread are goodly. Chocolate bread is dry. The plain white bread needs tweaking but is better than any other GF breadmaker recipe I have found online.
tl:dr: You have a breadmaker and need gluten free bread recipes you should totally buy this. You won't regret the variety or advice.
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