Sourdough On The Rise

Author: Cynthia Lair
Editor: Sasquatch Books
ISBN: 1632172143
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Learn how to make delicious whole grain sourdough breads--from Danish rye seed bread and English muffins, to focaccia and flapjacks--with recipes designed to build confidence and skill in home cooks. You'll begin by creating your own unique starter using flour, water, and warmth to attract wild yeast which develops into a dynamic, living ingredient for bread baking (detailed instructions on how to keep your starter lively for many years are included). Once your starter blossoms, you can begin baking a variety of internationally inspired breads. Fermented breads are remarkable for both their digestibility and health-giving properties. With recipes for twelve high-fiber, whole-grain sourdough breads, you'll find another two dozen recipes to accompany them. Slather a buttermilk biscuit with homemade Crème Fraîche Butter with Sea Salt or enjoy the naan you've just baked with Indian Spinach with Fried Paneer. Use your sourdough starter in the morning to whip up yogurt flapjacks served with Lemon Blackberry Sauce, or take an orange, pecan, and fig loaf and make Figgy French Toast. Whether a rustic boule or a stack of tortillas, all you need is basic kitchen equipment and a desire to bake bread the way it was originally done--using time and lively ingredients to create flavor.

Artisan Sourdough Made Simple

Author: Emilie Raffa
Editor: Page Street Publishing
ISBN: 1624144306
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Many bakers speak of their sourdough starter as if it has a magical life of its own, so it can be intimidating to those new to the sourdough world; fortunately with Artisan Sourdough Made Simple, Emilie Raffa removes the fear and proves that baking with sourdough is easy, and can fit into even a working parent’s schedule! Any new baker is inevitably hit with question after question. Emilie has the answers. As a professionally trained chef and avid home baker, she uses her experience to guide readers through the science and art of sourdough. With step-by-step master recipe guides, readers learn how to create and care for their own starters, plus they get more than 60 unique recipes to bake a variety of breads that suit their every need. Sample specialty recipes include Roasted Garlic and Rosemary Bread, Golden Sesame Semolina Bread, Blistered Asiago Rolls with Sweet Apples and Rosemary, No-Knead Tomato Basil Focaccia, Make-Ahead Stuffed Spinach and Artichoke Dip Braid and Raspberry Gingersnap Twist. With the continuing popularity of the whole foods movement, home cooks are returning to the ancient practice of bread baking, and sourdough is rising to the forefront. Through fermentation, sourdough bread is easier on digestion—often enough for people who are sensitive to gluten—and healthier. Artisan Sourdough Made Simple gives everyone the knowledge and confidence to join the fun, from their first rustic loaf to beyond. This book has 65 recipes and 65 photos.

Jake O Shaughnessey S Sourdough Book

Author: Timothy Firnstahl
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ISBN: 9780913374313
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A most complete compendium of fine old sourdough recipes.

Super Sourdough

Author: James Morton
Editor: Hardie Grant Publishing
ISBN: 1787134660
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Making Super Sourdough is the true test of every aspiring bread-maker. Fickle and delicate, every loaf is unique. And there are a lot of pitfalls to be avoided. It's much more than a food: sourdough is a science. Who better than Dr James Morton, baking pedant and fermentation fanatic, to explain the basics for both the uninitiated, and more experienced bakers? James talks the home baker through everything from starters, flours and hydration, to kneading, shaping, rising, scoring and baking, explaining how to achieve the perfect crust and crumb. With more than 40 sourdough recipes including basic loaves and rolls, baguettes, bagels and buns, clear step-by-step instructions, troubleshooting tips and explanations of what works and why, Super Sourdough is the new, accessible guidebook that bakers everywhere have been waiting for.

Adventures In San Francisco Sourdough Cooking Baking

Author: Charles D. Wilford
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ISBN: 9780912936000
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Sourdough Bread

Author: Lady Janet R Griffin
Editor: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 9781449038052
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The poetic narrator of Sourdough Bread is baking more than sharp, crusty artisan leaven bread that exclaims, bon appetit. The traditional homemade practice of sour fermented dough used as leaven to make bread is only the beginning of culinary passion. The reader has an array of discomforting themes circumscribed with some familiar textured crust sandwiched between memories of wartime betrayals, protestations of rare innocence, and lucid reflections. When given a chance, Sourdough Bread ingratiates the reader ever more into deeper personal reflections of more than sweet homemade jam or apple butter. Slowly, private memories of life chances rise slowly revealing a soft chewy interior and displaying raw courage. Awakening warm succulent truths is never easy. Yet, the reader will see that to make peace with the past or to find reconciliation with the gnawing presence of disenchantment, love, or joy requires more than a prophetic wink and a nod. It requires a slice of warm, crusty leaven bread and a light touch of delicious humor!

Sourdough Jack Presents Sourdough Jack S Cookery Other Things More

Author: Jack Mabee
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Vegetarian Times

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To do what no other magazine does: Deliver simple, delicious food, plus expert health and lifestyle information, that's exclusively vegetarian but wrapped in a fresh, stylish mainstream package that's inviting to all. Because while vegetarians are a great, vital, passionate niche, their healthy way of eating and the earth-friendly values it inspires appeals to an increasingly large group of Americans. VT's goal: To embrace both.

Early American Life

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Brilliant Bread

Author: James Morton
Editor: Random House
ISBN: 1448176697
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Winner of the 2014 Guild of Food Writers Award for Cookery Book of the Year. James Morton was surely the people's favourite to win 2012's Great British Bake Off series - with his Fairisle jumpers and eccentric showstoppers, this soft-spoken Scottish medical student won the viewers' hearts if not the trophy. James's real passion is bread-making. He is fascinated by the science of it, the taste of it, the making of it. And in Brilliant Bread he communicates that passion to everyone, demystifying the often daunting process of "proper" bread making. James uses supermarket flour and instant yeast - you can save money by making your own bread. You don't even have to knead! It just takes a bit of patience and a few simple techniques. Using step by step photos, James guides the reader through the how-to of dough making and shaping, with recipes ranging from basic loaves through flatbreads, sourdoughs, sweet doughs, buns, doughnuts, focaccia and pretzels. Inspiring and simple to follow, with James's no-nonsense advice and tips, this book will mean you never buy another sliced white loaf again.

Creative Sourdough Cooking

Author: Rose Cantrell
Editor: Gramercy
ISBN: 9780517231289
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American Family Home Cookbook

Author: Culinary Arts Institute
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ISBN: 9780717245307
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Sourdough Cookbook For Beginners

Author: Eric Rusch
Editor: Rockridge Press
ISBN: 9781646118106
File Size: 17,15 MB
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Give your sourdough a healthy start--a sourdough cookbook for beginners Sourdough bread is iconic for its crispy crust, airy and springy crumb, and unique tangy flavor--and it all begins with a fermented, yeasty concoction called a starter. While the process may seem extensive, this sourdough cookbook will show you how easy it can be to whip up a delicious array of artisanal sourdough breads with just a few ingredients, simple tools, and a little bit of patience. This sourdough cookbook pairs simple instructions with tutorial photos, covering the first 6 days of bringing your starter to life and helping it thrive. Explore the science of how sourdough starters make bread rise along with how to prep your kitchen for fermented dough work. Then, try your hand at dozens of crusty artisan-style breads, flavored pan loaves, pastries, pizza, specialty breads, and even unique baked goods you can make with the leftover starter! This sourdough cookbook includes: Fresh start--Explore a walk-through of making, feeding, storing, and reactivating starter, and how temperature, hydration, and type of flour can influence fermentation and flavor. Knead-to-know--From stretching to develop the gluten to proofing, shaping, and baking, this sourdough cookbook takes you through the steps of bread baking, plus beginner recipes, a handy glossary, and troubleshooting tips for every step. Expand your skills--The recipes in this sourdough cookbook progress from a Basic No-Knead bread to a more difficult Chocolate Babka to Pasta made with Italian wheat so you can master bakes and expand your skills as you go. Achieve sourdough success with the Sourdough Cookbook for Beginners.

Making The Best Of Basics

Author: James Talmage Stevens
Editor: Gold Leaf Press (WA)
ISBN:
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This book, long a standard on in-home food storage and family preparedness, has been expanded, revised, and updated. With almost 100 additional pages of charts, tables, and recipes, plus a new 80-page "yellow pages" section listing suppliers of preparedness resources in the U.S. and Canada, the Family preparedness handbook is the most comprehensive single volume ever compiled on in-home storage.

Rocky Mountain Receipts Remedies

Author: Jack Luther Benham
Editor: Bear Creek Publishing Company
ISBN: 9780941026086
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Rita Davenport S Sourdough Cookery

Author: Rita Davenport
Editor: Price Stern Sloan
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Breads

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ISBN: 9780717245178
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Sourdough Guide For Novice

Author: Vincent Bronson
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If you only bake a few times a month, keep your starter in the fridge and feed it once a week. If you're an avid baker, store your starter at room temperature and feed it at least once a day.A sourdough starter is a live fermented culture of flour and water. Once it's "fed" with additional flour and water, it becomes bubbly and active. A small portion is used to make bread dough rise- instant yeast is not required

The Complete Sourdough Cookbook

Author: Don Holm
Editor: Caxton Press
ISBN: 9780870045295
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Distributed by the University of Nebraska Press for Caxton Press From the right "starter" to delicious sourdough goodies, this book offers one of the most significant collections of sourdough recipes to be tested.

The Right Carb

Author: Nicola Graimes
Editor: Pavilion
ISBN: 1911663763
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We ve cut carbs from our diets, but are we any healthier? Recent research suggests not! Findings show that a diet featuring a moderate amount of carbs (around 50 55% of calories), rather than extremely low (below 40%) or high (over 60%) is the best for our long-term health and wellbeing, with either extreme said to negatively affect life expectancy. The Right Carb is a timely guide with an informative look at the importance of eating good carbs. With practical advice and tips, the book explains how eating the right carbs are vital: providing energy, improving the health of the gut, digestion and mood as well as aiding sleep. It shows how to choose the right carbs as well as the best ways to prepare and cook them for maximum nutrition and minimum nutrient-loss. The book highlights that balance is key, with other food groups, such as good-quality plant proteins and the right fats, being equally important. Nicola Graimes celebrates the right carbs, not only highlighting their numerous health attributes, but also their diversity and the enjoyment they give to our cooking and eating. Her book dispels many of the myths surrounding carbs, including which carbs are healthy and the ones to avoid. It also showcases the best ways to prepare and cook carbs for maximum nutrition and flavour.