Bread At Home!: The Ultimate Guide to Baking Your Own Homemade Bread

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Martha Stone, Aug 10, 2014 - Cooking - 60 pages

Bread has been popular among every ethnicity in every era. No matter how old you are, your meals are incomplete without bread. Breakfast is the time when bread is highly desired. Cut yourself a loaf and spread some butter on it and you are good to go. Not only is bread tasty but it is also very healthy.

Baking bread may sound a tedious task but in actuality it is very easy and requires only a few ingredients. All you need is the right amount of flour, butter, milk, yeast, oil and the perfect technique, and you are all set to bake appetizing loafs.

This recipe book contains 25 different varieties of bread like honey-wheat bread, sourdough bread and focaccia. All of which are deliciously easy to make. Keep them in the freezer if you wish to preserve them for more than a week or just eat them right away, you will not find a huge difference in taste.

 

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Contents

HoneyWheat Bread
1
Sourdough Bread
2
Cinnamon Buttermilk Bread Wreath
5
Spicy Casserole Bread
6
Grainfree Sandwich Bread
7
Chocolate Orange Swirl Bread
8
Brioche Bread
10
Cornbread
11
Focaccia
15
Pani Popo
16
Chickpea Flour Bread
17
Cardamom
18
Italian Bread
19
Cheese and Pepperoni Bread
20
Mango Chocolate Bread
21
Challah
22

Pumpkin Bread
12
Zucchini and Pecan Bread
13
Brazilian Cheese Bread
14
Pull apart Nutella filled Pumpkin Bread
23
Orange Cranberry Bread
24
Ricotta Olive Oil Bread
25

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About the author (2014)

Martha Stone is a chef and also cookbook writer. She was born and raised in Idaho where she spent most of her life growing up. Growing up in the country taught her how to appreciate and also use fresh ingredients in her cooking. This love for using the freshest ingredients turned into a passion for cooking. Martha loves to teach others how to cook and she loves every aspect of cooking from preparing the dish to smelling it cooking and sharing it with friends.

Martha eventually moved to California and met the love of her life. She settled down and has two children. She is a stay at home mom and involves her children in her cooking as much as possible. Martha decided to start writing cookbooks so that she could share her love for food and cooking with everyone else.

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