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My only criticism of this book is that Levy Beranbaum stresses brand names too much. Thanks to Beranbaum’s instruction to beranbbaum shaped baguettes overnight and bake them in the morning, at last our baguettes are rivaling even the best baguettes we’ve tasted in France.
Cart Support Signed in as: We can always count on her to create recipes that not only work flawlessly, but taste out of this world. Rather than feeling intrigued and inspired to go cook, I found myself resenting the idea that this level of obsessiveness is required to get good bread.
The author’s discussion of the pros and cons of various kneading methods bread machine, by hand, etc.
Particularly page Heart of Wheat bread. Recipes are arranged by type of bread, with groups including sandwich loaves and dinner rolls beranbsum brioche breads.
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I have to confess that for years I never believed flour could get stale, as long as I couldn’t smell any off flavors, but I was dead wrong. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. I don’t need to pound the bread with my fists to arrive at this blessed state.
To ask other readers questions about The Bread Bibleplease sign up. Don’t fall for the hype. As in her seminal The Cake Biblewhich won an IACP prize, Beranbaum doesn’t just offer recipes here; she dissects them, explains how they work, then puts them back together again with a number of variations. I like to be inspired by the recipe selection, learn something new, be able to find the ingredients without taking out a second mortgage or res Usually I make a few recipes from a book before posting my notes.
When I worked at a bakery, our key recipes came from here. She admits to being a bread novice when she started writing this book, which has the benefit of allowing her to walk you through techniques that someone with more experience may take for gr Unlike Rose Beranbaum’s other books, some of these recipes have failed me. She is the ultimate perfectionist and we readers are the beneficiaries.
One thing that mattered to me this holiday season was making for the first time a Pannetonemy favorite holiday bread.
On the other hand, it is tons better on its use of terminology and consistency and descriptions. Occasionally people suggest that making bread, particularly kneading it, must be a great What I really like about The Bread Bible is that it really is written for the home cook. Keep in mind that time consuming can be misleading when it comes to bread, as it’s sort of like doing laundry: Beranbaum explains the steps very well, and I especially love the minimal illustrations used to describe how to do techniques.
I’ve gotten frustrated not being able to find my favorite breads when I want them, so I’ve decided to make my own. As flour ages, it loses its strength. There are also in-depth explanations of each stage in the process of baking bread that will keep you from committing those recipe alterations that will result in a major bread-fail, while giving you the knowledge and confidence to try ones that will work. Unfortunately, doing real deal bread at home is significantly more time-consuming than the quickie recipes on the internet or in the pamphlet that came with your bread machine.
While it has a decent amount of pretty photography full-page pictures in their own sectionsthis book is quite text-heavy compared to so many of those food-porn coffee table artbooks masquerading as recipe collections. Did she hear me say pretty much the same thing?!
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Not that Beranbaum talks down or leaves out an essentials. Given there are plenty of links within recipes that lead back to illustrations or sub-recipes, not including a fully navigable recipe index is just plain unforgivable.
Search on easy bread or quick bread or no-kneading bread. Again, I hope to be forgiven breas quoting the book one more time: About Rose Levy Beranbaum. She has even swayed me into accepting almost the label “barm”. Thanks for bile us about the problem.
Jewish rye and pumpernickel. My breads always come out dense and unappetizing. No ifs, ands, or buts. Her instructions are clear although the wordiness makes you want to skip them.
For a baker like me, this book is heavenly, just as the title promises. Most recipes have prep instructions for hand kneading, bread-hook kneading and bread-machine kneading.
With the help of this book, I will create a bread and name it Peccadillo, which has an authentic ring to it. This book will enable you to do that, assured that you’ve created the real dealexploding the breax that bakery bread can’t be matched at home.
Rose gives directions for eac Just like the other Rose Beranbaum book I read recently, Rose’s Heavenly Cakes, this is a thorough, thoughtful, detailed, and exacting how-to book all about bread. This book is a winner! I found her suggestions on equipment to hible very helpful as well since most of them are items I already own or can purchase easily at a reasonable cost.
I learned how to make the onion smear usually found on commercially-produced bialys, and I tried the bagels not a grand brad Leader’s in his book referenced above. I loved reading about how to shape the bread and the different rises.
Rose gives directions for each recipe if you making it by hand, with a mixer, or a combination of both. Bread is a science to Beranbaum.