Eric Treuille Ursula Ferrigno
Ultimate Bread
May 17, 2020 Comments.. 859
Ultimate Bread Eric Treuille Ursula Ferrigno You don t have to go to San Francisco for sourdough, to Italy for ciabatta, or to Germany for Pumpernickel All these recipes and many are found in Ultimate Bread Step by step sequences and easy to follow text takes the mystery out of breadmaking Baking essentials and basic techniques are included, too Ultimate Bread guarantees the pleasure that making and eatiYou don t have to go to San Francisco for sourdough, to Italy for ciabatta, or to Germany for Pumpernickel All these recipes and many are found in Ultimate Bread Step by step sequences and easy to follow text takes the mystery out of breadmaking Baking essentials and basic techniques are included, too Ultimate Bread guarantees the pleasure that making and eating your own bread brings Features over 100 superb recipes.Photos of all the basic ingredients including fillings and flavorings.Companion volume of Ultimate Chocolate, Ultimate Cake, and Ultimate Pasta.. Ultimate Bread You don t have to go to San Francisco for sourdough to Italy for ciabatta or to Germany for Pumpernickel All these recipes and many are found in Ultimate Bread Step by step sequences and easy to fol
  • Title: Ultimate Bread
  • Author: Eric Treuille Ursula Ferrigno
  • ISBN: 9780789435132
  • Page: 331
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Ultimate Bread Eric Treuille Ursula Ferrigno

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    1. Janet says:

      I have the English version as well as the German version, this is because in Europe the classification of the flour types is different And this book has good illustrations on the flour types The naan bread recipe is really good

    2. Amy says:

      This is a great book for anyone who loves to make bread It starts with basics tells you everything you need to know And the pictures are GORGEOUS I loved it.

    3. Vanessa says:

      I got this from my Library and loved that it has so much information on homemade bread I bought my own copy.

    4. Doug says:

      OMG I can t even.I m new to bread making I made some loaves from what I picked up from allrecipes and youtube videos, and this book was recommended to me by a friend Wow It isn t too long to read, and it isn t intimidating The opening part gives you the basics and the recipes work great The Victorian Milk bread and the Bagels are family favorites I m having so much fun working through this book.

    5. Foxthyme says:

      I ve been making bread for years, I thought I d never invested in a bread book that illustrates techniques, so well, before Now that I have this book, I m understanding that the end product truly is the staff of life Bread is alive, it moves, it grows.I m through with overflouring breads, which just dries out the poor suckers Nice sticky, moist, elastic dough for many breads is the ideal.Some loaves I ve been learning with Quick rise corn bread Ballymaloe Brown Bread dense single rise loaf South [...]

    6. Mara Shaw says:

      The photography in the book is Fabulous Thank you Ursula Ferrigno Recipes from around the world and photos of every ingredient, piece of equipment, techniques and all of the different finishes on bread pre bake and after baking The well written 69 pages of technique and fundamentals are always good to have I d appreciate some mention of how best to use these recipes in a convection oven, but am figuring it out myself I m curious why such low oven temps 200C are used in so many recipes I eschew b [...]

    7. DeAnne says:

      This is a fantastic technique book I ve had to modify a lot of the recipes I ve tried, probably to compensate for a radically different climate and flour than Northern Europebut the techniques are spot on, well illustrated and explained This is a good companion book for the hobbyist baker It is important to note that there are two versions of this book One is just called Bread by the same authors, published in the 90 s and that version went to press with a significant number of errors in the rec [...]

    8. Rose Ann says:

      6 26 2013 Made the Pain Ordinaire, in the English Cottage Loaf shape OMG was it wonderful Next Victorian Milk Bread I ll keep you posted 7 15 2013 Victorian Milk Bread wonderful 12 17 2013 Well, made the stromboli ahem It was not a success As much as I hate to waste food, I think I will have to throw this away But I blame myself than the recipe I think I mishandled the dough, and then rolled it up too tightly as well I might try it again and see how it goes.

    9. Aja Marsh says:

      pretty good i was skeptical at first as a lot of time this publisher s books are too basic and i don t always like the recipes, but seeing as i m a fairly novice bread baker the simplicity and step by step photos here were really helpful as were some of the tips and tricks that have caught me in my last few bread making attempts i can t quite speak for any of the recipes yet as the first one i ve made is mid rise, but we ll see in a few hours country oatmeal bread sounds good

    10. Faith says:

      This is the best book ever The instructions are great and there are LOTS of pictureswhich I need I have tried several of the recipes and so far I have liked all of them The basic white bread is my favorite white bread recipe I have found so far I am in the process of trying out the San Francisco Sour Doughe pretzels were fun I highly recommend this book.

    11. Jenny says:

      This is my favorite bread book It s got loads of mouth watering pictures to entice you to cook Includes a good explanation of different types of flour, gluten, bran, yeast, and when each is appropriate Love it

    12. Darcy Asher says:

      This is my bread bible book It has lots of pictures, details, and great bread making recipes from across the globe Awesome Book I spent 3 hours in Barnes and Noble searching all the available bread books on the shelf, and this book won

    13. Zoraidac says:

      This books has excellent photographs, easy to follow techniques ex shaping and folding dough , and a good amount of basic information Where it falls desperately short is in the recipes The proportion of flour, to water, to salt, is so off that it would definitely discourage any beginner.

    14. Gregg McNeill says:

      My Friend Nathan recommended this book to me because it was one that his mother used It s a great reference and the photography is excellent I have used the recipes many times If you re new to home baking, this book is a great first step.

    15. Whitney says:

      I love this book solely because of the gorgeous pictures of bread I think I ve only made one recipe in itParker House Rolls, which I overcooked, but still looked beautiful.

    16. Melanie Cook says:

      definitely a wonderful book about bread and it s not just a recipe book, it really is a book about bread.

    17. Erin Greenwood says:

      I ve been renewing this book to the point I feel it is mine It has good bread recipes.

    18. Zachary G. Augustine says:

      A sort of strange book with emphasis on ideas and techniques and diversity with hit or miss recipes It s basically a glorified picture book or a beginner s informational book on general bread IQ.

    19. Jacqueline says:

      This is my 1 goto book for baking bread I love it

    20. Dineen says:

      Here is the odd bread book Most bread books have countless recipes with a handful of photos This one has countless photos and a limited number of recipes.

    21. Snickety says:

      Terrific, easy to follow recipes for breads from different areas of Europe We particularly enjoyed the Victorian Milk Bread.

    22. Zharina says:

      superb i love the way they wrote this book systematically and even they have problem solving chapter alone

    23. Aristi Pratomo says:

      yumming bread, all in

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