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Bread Baking

The Ultimate Guide to Make Your Own Bread at Home with 50 Healthy Recipes of Bread Baking, Breadsticks, Buns, Cakes, Snack, Pretzel, Pizza, Muffins....
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Length: 1 hr and 38 mins
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Summary

Would you like to bake bread at home that everybody will absolutely love?

Bread Baking will show you how to make delicious, unique and tasty bread at home!

Baking bread at home could be a daunting task. The amount of preparation, attention, and skill necessary can be intimidating to many people. In fact, If you've tried yourself to bake bread at home in the past, you probably found yourself asking:

  • "Why the hell it didn't come out as I expected it to be?"
  • "How should I bake this in my oven?"
  • "What kind of things could I add to the bread to make it taste better?"

If so - do not worry. In Bread Baking you'll find out how to bake the perfect bread, how to add different ingredients to create amazing flavors, and how to make sure your bread will come out perfect each and every time!

You can't get confused! The recipes are written in a step-by-step manner that even kids can follow!

In Bread Baking you will find:

Bread baking recipes, including cornbread, bacon and jalapeno bread, and pumpkin bread.

Breadsticks recipes, including garlic and rosemary breadsticks, cinnamon sugar breadsticks, and sour cream breadsticks.

Buns recipes, including chocolate bun, cheesy bacon bun, and delicious burger bun.

Snack recipes, pretzel recipes, cake recipes, muffin recipes and much, much more!

No matter if you're an experienced baker, or if it is your complete first time, Bread Baking will expose secret recipes, tips, and techniques to make the best bread you've ever baked.

Don't hope to become a great baker - scroll up, click "Buy Now", and start baking your bread today!

©2019 Catherine Barut (P)2019 Catherine Barut

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Love it. Easy to follow. And delicious!

Excellent step-by-step directions and troubleshooting. Encourages you to learn not just make it. Also encourages you to learn from your mistakes and progresses from easy two more difficult recipes. Catherine's Bread Baking is so helpful
**important to note you must buy a scale!

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Buy this book! It will change your life!

Catherine inspired something really beautiful within me. A love and a passion for this art. To create bread - it’s incredibly meaningful to me. Her book gave me the confidence I didn't have and inspiration I can’t get enough of. I’m obsessed. I can’t wait to do every single recipe in this audible book, and better master the three Ive done thus far. I can’t wait to buy Catherine’s next book (I’m so hoping there will be a next one, perhaps featuring holiday bread, dinner rolls, crescents, and more)... bread has quickly become a passion of mine and I am so grateful to Catherine for this precious gift. Thank you, Catherine. Very truly. Hugs and love to you.

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ANYONE can learn to bake bread with this book!

I don’t know how many times I have said, “I cook, but I don’t bake...I’m not a baker...I can’t bake.” Well, this book has made a baker out of me. I love how easy to understand this audible book is. You can really come to this audible book without ever having successfully baked anything and you will still be able to understand it. I have been making bread about every other day since I got this audible book and have found that it fits in so nicely to daily life. I have a very active toddler at home and it’s still easy enough to fit bread baking into my life. And my kids love it and it doesn't have all the extra junk in it that store-bought bread has. I can officially say. “I am a baker!”

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BUY IT!!!

I received the audible book yesterday and successfully made my first loaf of bread yesterday as well! This book is easy to read & understand. Let me start by saying I do not bake, I normally do not follow recipes correctly, something always goes wrong, & I am not one to read books at all really, But this recipe book has changed that for me. Catherine has taken so much time and put so much love into this book and it shows and makes you pay attention, & also sparked something inside me I didn't know was there, a closet baker perhaps? The way the book is designed is to train your brain in my opinion, she keeps it repetitive which for me is the best way I learn! I adore this recipe book and will forever look at recipe books differently! My goal is to try and make every single recipe in this book & I am so excited! Highly recommend!!

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Sets you up for successful baking!

Ive attempted bread making on and off for years with varying, inconsistent degrees of success but I don’t think I truly understood the process (and science) of bread making until this book. It was super easy to understand and lays a foundation in the first important chapters. A down to earth, self- taught baker, Catherine sets you up for success by explaining everything well and building your confidence and skills as you progress throughout the book from easier to harder recipes. But even the ‘easy bread’ is impressive and delicious. My first attempt was a no-knead gaseous. Oh my gosh! I couldn't believe this scrumptious, perfectly crunchy, work of art came from my own hands! It was truly one of the most delicious bread I’d ever eaten. It made me excited to go to the next section (kneaded bread) with confidence. Kneading has always intimidated me so I've always relied on my mixer, but Bonnie’s instruction took the mystery out of it and once again I was met with success and more delicious hand kneaded bread. I love homemade bread and have always wanted to learn the skills to be able to make my own and this audible book has finally made that possible. I’d venture to say even veteran bakers could improve their skills and learn some new info from Catherine’s book.

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Best Bread Book for Beginners!

Catherine’s book is truly a gem. She deconstruction the bread making process in manageable, adaptable steps, and she demystifies the process and tools of the trade. This audible book is a great addition to the beginning of baker’s library. I wish I’d known about it sooner! Catherine ’s intermediate sourdough loaf (recipe included in her book) is just as delicious as the Tarting country loaf, and she leads you to it in a very gentle manner. Love this book!

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Fun book to follow for beginner

Great audible book! Has a good introduction that goes over all the basics. It's easy to read and makes it simple to understand. Bread is complicated, and this audible book deciphers the complexity of making great bread for anyone to understand. Two thumbs up

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I'm now obsessed with making bread

I have to admit that I was a little intimidated at first because I didn't have all of the items that Catherine mentions. I went out and got an inexpensive dutch oven and some instant yeast, and that has really carried me all the way through to the later chapters. Eventually, I will get some oval bannetons so I can do the batards, but I'm really surprised at how easily adaptable the recipes are to what you have on hand. I honestly use sieves for bannetons most of the time. They are the right shape and offer the airflow. I just line them with a thin kitchen towel. I'm excited to move on to the polishes and sourdoughs next!

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Perfect for Starting Bread Making

Really ways to follow along. Great instructions. Love how it’s set up. I used to bake bread growing up with my grandmothers but hadn't done it on my own for a long time thanks to my lovely bread machine. This was a great cookbook to get me back in the swing of things and remind me of tips and tricks they taught me. Great as a refresher and for beginners. You don’t need to have made bread before to use this. I hadn't made it in over 10 years so it’s like I’m a newbie again.

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healthy bread

Bread Baking for Beginners is one of those books that everyone who likes to bake should have on their shelves. I bought a copy for myself because I've always wanted to make my own bread but it seemed too hard. I loved it so much that I bought several more copies to give as gifts. It’s not just a cookbook with good recipes, it’s also an entertaining read. I love the stories and the way the author makes baking bread from scratch seem so accessible

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  • Claude
  • 13-09-19

Seriously?

This is just a cook book where the narrator just reads off recipes one after the other.
This is supposed to be the "ultimate guide" to bread making, but there is no actual "how-to" anywhere to be found in this book. Just 2 minutes about the different kinds of flour and then he launches right into the recipes.
And are we supposed to be writing all of this down? I guess so because there's no PDF download available accompanying this title.
I mean, just be honest and call it a cookbook, then we all would know to buy the printed version instead of having someone recite 50 different recipes.

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  • Sylvia J. Lykins
  • 27-06-19

pizza making

I loved baking bread before coming across this audible book. I might be obsessed after having listened to it. There is nothing like the smell and taste of fresh, homemade bread, and this book walks the listener through a very simple process that puts it on the table every night. There are also plenty of gluten-free recipes here that are tasty. Nobody in our family has a problem with gluten, but an interesting taste is always welcome. I especially love their suggestion of letting the bread go through its final rise on the pizza pull. Now I don't feel so over-indulgent for having bought one.

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  • Jose
  • 27-06-19

Easy, Helpful, and Delicious

I absolutely love this audible book. As someone who has only recently started getting into more serious bread baking, it is an incredibly helpful resource to have. The bread recipes themselves are divine, and I don't think I will ever need to buy store bread every again!!

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  • Betty
  • 27-06-19

We always have fresh bread at our house now!

Since I got this book, we have always got fresh bread at our house. On "make the dough day", I usually make a half batch of three different pieces of bread. No more paying 7 -10 dollars for a loaf of artisan bread. Right now I have dough in my fridge for Spinach/Feta, Wisconsin Beer/Cheddar and Master Boule. Easily bake as needed and only one clean up as I use my Kitchen Aid for one right after the next. Love it!

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  • Joaquin Dawson
  • 27-06-19

Easy, delicious bread

Revolutionized my bread baking to such an extent that I never use any other method now, and have given away all my other bread-baking cookbooks. I have found this method particularly forgiving as well, so newbies should have no fear of failure. Experienced bakers may find it awkward at first to handle dough that has such an unusual texture, but rest assured, these two know their stuff, and it will turn out beautifully. Every recipe I have tried, whether formed or free-form, has succeeded and been a huge hit with everyone that tastes it. Highly recommend using a baking stone (pizza stone,) as well as a digital scale for measuring ingredients. The scale isn't a deal-breaker, but it definitely improved my results once I incorporated it, and it made the process quicker, easier, and cleaner as well. A good thing because, once all your friends and family try your bread, you are going to popular - and busy with repeated requests. Definitely recommend this new and updated version, even to folks who own the original. I found the expanded info extremely useful.

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  • Elizabeth
  • 27-06-19

Good bread, good explanations, not time-consuming

I haven't explored the different variations, just the basic recipe. However, the book explains how to adjust it for different types of flour, using a loaf pan instead of a stone, etc. I just baked my first loaves, using some of the adjustments given, and they came out great! It is also not time-consuming, as the authors promise. I think I spent more time washing dishes than I did making bread.

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  • Heather Guerra
  • 27-06-19

Astonishing audible!

Provides a decent history of the Keto diet, details for the 30-day challenge, what to do afterward, tips, recipes, etc. Probably the most complete Keto resource I have found. We still use it weekly and it stays in our kitchen. Astonishing audible!

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  • Robert
  • 27-06-19

really five minutes a day, but great!

My daughter in law introduced me to this audible book, and I am enjoying it! One thing you need to understand is that although the actual hands-on time you will spend on the bread is very little, it does take time for it to rise. You need to chill it overnight after that, and then let it rise again before baking. But it is so easy and foolproof that it's amazing!

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  • April Mangano
  • 27-06-19

I really thought making this type of bread

I love artisan bread and requested this book for Christmas. My thought was "this would be the year I master the technique!" However, the "technique" is nothing but mixing thoroughly the correct proportions of flour, water, salt, and yeast, let rise for 2 hours or so, then put it in the refrigerator. The dough ready in 2 hours and keeps for 2 weeks. So easy, so delicious!

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  • Thomas L. Cimino
  • 27-06-19

this book is awesome

The results provided by the recipes in this book are awesome. I tried to do bread before, and it never turned out well. with the instructions in this book, the bread comes out better than in any supermarket, similar quality to good bakery artisan bread! I deducted one star because the paper the book is printed on is not glossy, but regular paperback paper. For a cookbook that is used in the kitchen next to the water and sticky dough, it should really be glossy paper IMHO.