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How to Make Bread: Secrets for How to Make Dough, Baking Bread & Easy Recipes for Types of Bread - A Quick Start Guide On Baking Bread and Bread Making With Easy Recipes for Homemade Bread from Banana Bread and Sourdough Bread to Cinnamon Bread Rolls

How to Make Bread: Secrets for How to Make Dough, Baking Bread & Easy Recipes for Types of Bread - A Quick Start Guide On Baking Bread and Bread Making With Easy Recipes for Homemade Bread from Banana Bread and Sourdough Bread to Cinnamon Bread Rolls

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How to Make Bread: Secrets for How to Make Dough, Baking Bread & Easy Recipes for Types of Bread - A Quick Start Guide On Baking Bread and Bread Making With Easy Recipes for Homemade Bread from Banana Bread and Sourdough Bread to Cinnamon Bread Rolls

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129 pagine
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Feb 14, 2013
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9781300741732
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How to Make Bread: Secrets for How to Make Dough, Baking Bread & Easy Recipes for Types of Bread - A Quick Start Guide On Baking Bread and Bread Making With Easy Recipes for Homemade Bread from Banana Bread and Sourdough Bread to Cinnamon Bread Rolls

Bread has been a staple food of human beings for hundreds of years. However, almost majority of people still do not know how bread is made. The process is actually very simple, although more advanced techniques are also used to make special kinds of bread. Overall, the principles are very much the same. It is important that you practice safety at all times and watch how the experts do it to get the most benefits. Here are some tips and tricks.

Find out more about bread and see how much more you can add to create your own special taste and design.
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How to Make Bread - Julia Stewart, Malibu Publishing

How to Make Bread: Secrets for How to Make Dough, Baking Bread & Easy Recipes for Types of Bread - A Quick Start Guide On Baking Bread and Bread Making With Easy Recipes for Homemade Bread from Banana Bread and Sourdough Bread to Cinnamon Bread Rolls

How to Make Bread: Secrets for How to Make Dough, Baking Bread & Easy Recipes for Types of Bread -  A Quick Start Guide On Baking Bread and Bread Making With Easy Recipes for Homemade Bread from Banana Bread and Sourdough Bread to Cinnamon Bread Rolls

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ISBN: 978-1-300-74173-2

Julia Stewart, Malibu Publishing

Introduction

I started baking bread late in life, but I think I made up for it by making so many different loaves of homemade bread that I consider myself a bit of an expert by now.  In fact, I could say in all confidence that I could open a very successful bakery tomorrow if I wanted to! I've taught several members of my family and friends all the basics of making incredible homemade bread, and I hope this book will help you to fall in love with making bread as I did.   Enjoy!

All About Bread

Bread can come in different flavors, forms and sizes. However, they are typically all the same. You should know more about the different kinds to learn the many ways of making them. The more you understand the features and characteristics of dough, the better the quality of your products. Find out more about bread and see how much more you can add to create your own special taste and design.

What Is Bread?

Bread is a basic food prepared by cooking water and dough of flour and potentially other ingredients. Doughs are generally baked in the Western world and several other countries. In other cuisines, bread is fried, steamed or baked on a hot skillet. It can be unleavened or leavened too.

Salt, leavening agents and fat like baking soda and yeast are basic ingredients. Bread may also have other ingredients like egg, sugar, milk, spice, fruit like raisins, nuts like walnuts, vegetables like onion and seeds like poppy seeds. Bread is among the oldest prepared foods in the world, dating back hundreds of years. Leavened bread can also be traced back to prehistoric periods.

Fresh Bread

Fresh bread is acquired for its quality, aroma, taste and texture. It is important to maintain its freshness to keep the food appetizing. Bread that has dried or stiffened past its ideal state is known to be stale. Recent bread is usually wrapped in plastic or paper film. It may also be stored in a container like a breadbox to keep it from drying. Bread kept in moist and warm environments is prone to mold growth. Bread that is kept at low temperatures like being placed inside a refrigerator can grow molds slower compared to bread kept at room temperature. This will turn stale immediately because of retro gradation.

The crumb is described by culinary experts and bakers as the soft inside part of the bread. This should not be mistaken with small pieces of bread that usually fall off called crumbs. The outside hard part of the bread is known as the crust.

Serving Bread

Bread can be served regardless of temperature. As soon as it is baked, it can eventually be toasted. Bread is usually eaten using your hands or a knife and fork. It can be eaten independently or together with other food and sauces like gravy, olive oil and sardines. It is also best served as a sandwich with cheese, vegetables or meat contained in between.

About the Crust

The crust of the bread is created from exposed dough during the cooking procedure. It is browned and hardened from caramelization of the proteins and sugars using the intense heat at the surface of the bread. The nature of the bread crust is different, based on the kind of

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