From No-knead to Sourdough : A Simpler Approach to Handmade Bread, Paperback Book

From No-knead to Sourdough : A Simpler Approach to Handmade Bread Paperback


Victoria Miller is the author of two other New Society titles, Pure Poultry and Craft Distilling Victoria Miller is a regular speaker at the Mother Earth News Fairs and other sustainable-living events, on subjects ranging from poultry to pressure canning to distilling liquor to making sourdough bread.

With "artisan" bread, craft bakeries and wood-fired pizza so popular these days, No-knead to Sourdough shows you how you can re-create these fabulous breads at home Miller started baking bread at the age of 15 and has built her own outdoor wood fire oven for baking bread, pizza and other tasty treats.

From simple no-knead yeast breads and to breads using pre-ferments and sourdough starters, Miller offers recipes for all levels of bakers The book aims to eliminate the intimidation factor from the bread-making process The books is organized into different "comfort zones," designed to let readers go at their own pace All recipes and methods include US and metric measurements.

Readers will learn how to cultivate a reliable, low-maintenance sourdough culture that can be used for a wide variety of bread Includes Low- and no-gluten baking recipes, including GF baking with sourdough A variety of simple and more challenging recipes are included for every comfort zone, including bagels, flatbreads and skillet breads Intended audience: Those interested in learning to bake bread at home but don`t know how to fit it into their busy schedules Those with baking experience who want to add to their repertoire of skills and recipes Those looking to become more self-sufficent


  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 288 pages, B&W photos throughout plus an 8 page color section; 60 Illustrations, unspecified
  • Publisher: New Society Publishers
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  • Category: Sustainability
  • ISBN: 9780865718838



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