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Ettes using Cabernet grape flour surely the perfect companion to a plate of cheese and ham These utterly delicious recipes are complemented by sublime photography from Jean Cazals and a free DVD of Richard taking you through the tips and techniues that make his style of breadmaking so easy and enjoyable If Dough got you hooked on baking now it's time to get your teeth into Crus I love his sourdough recipe but with far less water I find his attitude to his sourdough far too hardline and prescriptive just relax and it will all be fineThere was not enough general guidance in the book for my taste but if you're looking for very prescriptive recipes it may appeal to you I took it out of the library and have no great wish to own it Janet Evanovich Three to Six Four-Book Set (Stephanie Plum, easy and Reading for Pleasure enjoyable If Dough got you hooked on baking now it's time to get your teeth into Crus I love his sourdough recipe but with far less water I find his attitude to his sourdough far too hardline and prescriptive just relax and it will all be fineThere was not The Pallisers enough general guidance in the book for my taste but if you're looking for very prescriptive recipes it may appeal to you I took it out of the library and have no great wish to own it

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Crust From Sourdough Spelt and Rye Bread to Ciabatta Bagels and Brioche

Crust is the exciting new bread book from Richard Bertinet His revolutionary and simple approach that won him so many accolades for his first book Dough continues but this time he leads you further into the world of breadmaking introducing recipes that reuire a little understanding and time but inspiring you with the confidence to create them at home Bake a beautiful loaf of th I borrowed this from the library in to check it out before purchasing it I am still undecided as to whether to buy it as I have to be realistic and I just don't see myself making the effort to make sour dough bread I realise that once you make your first starter and get in the routine of refreshing it etc it's probably easy enough but I just can't picture it The DVD that was included was very good and from watching it I can imagine myself making brioche I didn't realise there were so much eggs and butter in it like a cake really and I can picture my family grabbing a chunk of it for breakfast or a snackI will probably renew this book and then decide whether to order it The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry (Harold Fry, exciting new bread book from Richard Bertinet His revolutionary and simple approach that won him so many accolades for his first book Dough continues but this time he leads you further into the world of breadmaking introducing recipes that reuire a little understanding and time but inspiring you with the confidence to create them at home Bake a beautiful loaf of th I borrowed this from the library in to check it out before purchasing it I am still undecided as to whether to buy it as I have to be realistic and I just don't see myself making the The Pope and Mussolini effort to make sour dough bread I realise that once you make your first starter and get in the routine of refreshing it The Burn etc it's probably Diary of the Fall easy The Brides of Rollrock Island enough but I just can't picture it The DVD that was included was very good and from watching it I can imagine myself making brioche I didn't realise there were so much The Daughter of Time eggs and butter in it like a cake really and I can picture my family grabbing a chunk of it for breakfast or a snackI will probably renew this book and then decide whether to order it

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E mighty sourdough or surprise your family in the morning with the sweet warm aroma of freshly baked croissants Drawn from cuisines and chefs from around the world Richard's recipes are all accessible and will soon become favorites in your breadmaking repertoire Experiment with a Thai inspired flatbread that combines chillies ginger and lime juice in the dough or make mini bagu I got this for Christmas and so far I've made the sourdough twice I already had a leaven going and the ciabatta once All the recipes are well laid out and easy to follow with great photographs The accompanying DVD is very handy for observing techniue I really can't fault this book or Bertinet's other book 'Dough' This is definitely a book suited to people who want to make 'slow' bread though and beginners would probably be better off starting with 'Dough' Bravest Dog Ever easy to follow with great photographs The accompanying DVD is very handy for observing techniue I really can't fault this book or Bertinet's other book 'Dough' This is definitely a book suited to people who want to make 'slow' bread though and beginners would probably be better off starting with 'Dough'


10 thoughts on “Crust From Sourdough Spelt and Rye Bread to Ciabatta Bagels and Brioche

  1. says:

    Most of the breads in this book are sourdough starter based and no yeast This is my first experience trying to making bread without yeast and probably the last for a while Making sourdough is the most frustrating thing I've done in the kitchen post macaron experience I triedand failed And in the process a lot of good and pricey organic flour went to the trash Hence this book is not idiot proof and I'm sticking to classic yeast bread recipesOn a side note I tried the yeasted bread recipes and they were yummy


  2. says:

    I borrowed this from the library in to check it out before purchasing it I am still undecided as to whether to buy it as I have to be realistic and I just don't see myself making the effort to make sour dough bread I realise that once you make your first starter and get in the routine of refreshing it etc it's probably easy enough but I just can't picture it The DVD that was included was very good and from watching it I can imagine myself making brioche I didn't realise there were so much eggs and butter in it like a cake really and I can picture my family grabbing a chunk of it for breakfast or a snackI will probably renew this book and then decide whether to order it


  3. says:

    the book was fine I liked some of the advice and philosophy but I can't help but feel it's not up to speed with modern trends of breadbaking Now I don't mean mixers dough conditioners and such Ironically the new trends which are mostly focused on sourdough long fermentation and gauging baking temperatures are traditional in a way than Bertinet' s almost exclusively yeast breads It was still fun to read


  4. says:

    Another one that you can read cover to cover and just can't wait to get your hands dirty Very happy with it than I ever was receiving the Tartine book No1 and No3 still haven't readfinished either hah It will be a good help at both work and school Looking forward to trying his techniues and different ingredient pairings


  5. says:

    I've been going through a sourdough craze during this pandemic pretty much just like everyone else and this was one of the books that I was reading as I compare starter and bread recipes I don't know much about Richard Bertinet but he seems to be ranked up there in the pantheon of bread baking celebrities out there especially in the UK I will say that his sourdough recipe is uite different from the one I've been using and so far he seems to be the only one I've read that advocates a scrap and slap method on the sourdough before bulk fermentation; most recipes including the one I've been using to pretty good success don't really workknead the dough at all aside from repeated folding The pictures of the sourdough loaf was a little bit perplexing as well as it looked so FLAT while most of the time I think bakers aim for tall sourdough loaves The rest of the book isn't bad some of the recipes seemed pretty interesting although there were a lot of similar recipes with just a little bit of variation The photos are great to understand some of the techniues but I almost feel like any problems of interpreting what the direction meant would have been solved with a video or two Not the best baking book but certainly not the worst


  6. says:

    I got this for Christmas and so far I've made the sourdough twice I already had a leaven going and the ciabatta once All the recipes are well laid out and easy to follow with great photographs The accompanying DVD is very handy for observing techniue I really can't fault this book or Bertinet's other book 'Dough' This is definitely a book suited to people who want to make 'slow' bread though and beginners would probably be better off starting with 'Dough'


  7. says:

    This book is brilliant The Author's techniues for kneading and forming dough have really helped me in my search for great homemade bread His Sourdough starter process is also amazing The photography is STUNNING Most of the cookbooks I own were purchased because of the photography This book is beautifulThe DVD that comes with the book illustrates his kneading techniue very well but isn't shot as sumptuously as the stills in the book


  8. says:

    I love his sourdough recipe but with far less water I find his attitude to his sourdough far too hardline and prescriptive just relax and it will all be fineThere was not enough general guidance in the book for my taste but if you're looking for very prescriptive recipes it may appeal to you I took it out of the library and have no great wish to own it


  9. says:

    Although it's an okay book I rated it as 2 because I'm not the biggest fan of sourdough and that is one of the biggest recipes in the book I might try it though because if anyone could write a sourdough recipe I would like it would be Bertinet


  10. says:

    An excellent introduction to serious breadmaking Good simple instructions I have found other artisan bread books comprehensive but this is a much better introduction Bertinet's a good guide and the DVD is a useful addition