- File Size: 1549 KB
- Print Length: 216 pages
- Publisher: JK Marketing (September 15, 2012)
- Publication Date: September 15, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B009CGA5BM
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #630,203 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
The Art of Perfect Bread Baking (Delicious Recipes Book 12) Kindle Edition
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Basically, this is a good solid cookbook. It's got a lot more variety in the bread recipes than most of the bread oriented cookbooks on Kindle have had, in my experience. For that, I really like the book. There are a couple that are going to get a test in my ovens very soon. For the recipes alone, I'd have to recommend the cookbook.
As for the directions for the novice bread maker, most of them are not indecipherable due to the typos in punctuation and spelling. There are some incomplete sentences, but it didn't "ruin" the book. They just kind of left me scratching my head. Those who find that the typos bother them to the point of ruining the book probably didn't read all of the directions prior to making their decision--most of it isn't that bad. Yes, it would be nice if it had been proofread better, but such is the way of things, I suppose!
The table of contents was there, the recipes seem to be complete, and overall, I still like this book. If you want to bake bread, this is one of the better small bread cookbooks on Kindle that I've read. There is at least a recipe or two for everyone!
What's missing? There are no yeast-raised flatbreads such as naan, pitas, lavash, etc. But there are other cookbooks that provide those. This is a very decent cookbook nonetheless.
Always looking for recipes and we enjoy baking bread in our machine. Don't have much luck doing the bread by hand.
This book explains the step by step process, the why's and what's. Like how the recipes contain American and metric measurements.
Not many pictures and no nutritional information. My favorite would be the one that you can use for many purposes: bread and for rolls.
Best part of this book for me is at the very end: problem solving and troubleshooting why the bread is not rising or you can't roll it out, etc. Very useful tips!
Author's other works is highlighted at the end.
I liked the recipes, but I would like to see the author speak more about breadmaking in general, I feel I was almost robbed of something really amazing.