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The Bread Lover's Bread Machine Cookbook: A Master Baker's 300 Favorite Recipes for Perfect-Every-Time Bread-From Every Kind of Machine download epub

by Beth Hensperger


Epub Book: 1752 kb. | Fb2 Book: 1550 kb.

Beth is the bread queen! Her recipes are thorough and easy-to-follow. I plan to bake my way from the first recipe to the last. – Emily Luchetti, author of Four-Star Desserts.

This is the third bread machine cookbook I've borrowed from my library, and so far it looks like the best! . There are also recipes for what to do with leftover bread.

This is the third bread machine cookbook I've borrowed from my library, and so far it looks like the best! Things I liked: I love the layout! .

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When Beth Hensperger, one of America’s most respected authorities on bread, first set out to try, she had .

When Beth Hensperger, one of America’s most respected authorities on bread, first set out to try, she had doubts. Then she spent hundreds of hours testing all kinds of breads in a bread maker, and her answer turned out to be a resounding Yes! In this big and bountiful book full of more than 300 recipes, she reveals all the simple secrets for perfect bread, every time.

I stumbled across this book at Bookman's.

Beth’s Basic Bread Book. Breads of the Southwest Through the bread machine they were introduced to, and are now hooked on, the evocative aroma, taste, and texture of homemade bread. Breads of the Southwest. Bread machine baking requires so little of your time that you can enjoy the luxury of fresh bread every day, the way things ought to be. When all the hassle of baking is removed, you can enjoy the entire process-from shopping for ingredients to hearing the cries of delight from appreciative eaters. With its impressive repertoire of recipes, bread machines can produce bread for everyone and every lifestyle. Through the bread machine they were introduced to, and are now hooked on, the evocative aroma, taste, and texture of homemade bread.

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The greatest invention since sliced bread may be the machine that makes the loaves that you dream of slicing. The Bread Lover's Bread Machine Cookbook finally bridges the gap between great taste and convenience, with over 300 glorious recipes for bread machines. The automatic bread machine makes it possible to enjoy fresh and signature loaves of bread without the time and expense usually involved in bread baking or purchased artisanal breads. Today's bread machines are versatile, affordable, safe, and efficient, turning out perfect loaves time after time.

Can the incomparable taste and texture of handcrafted bread from a neighborhood bakery be reproduced in a bread machine?

Comments: (7)

Hatе&love
Recipes are for one-and-a-half and two pound loaves only. I could find no methodology or formula in the book for adapting recipes to make smaller loaves. How much more serviceable this volume would be, and how much wider its audience, had the author included a third column with each recipe giving directions to make one pound loaves, as Donna Rathmell German does in all her bread-machine cookbooks! Further, be aware that this book is a tome, very heavy and awkward to handle.

Not for use with the very popular Mini Zo (Zojirushi BB-HAC10 Home Bakery 1-Pound-Loaf Programmable Mini Breadmaker). Not for use by people with manual disabilities.
Gavigamand
I bought this book last Christmas after receiving a machine for a gift. I made a few recipes from the owner's manual and experienced quite a few flops. I refused to be defeated and knew there must be a book out there that would help me make good bread (with the machine that I had begged for). THIS is the book!
I read all the reviews that precede 2002 and got the book right away. I love the way Hensperger explains ingredients, the science of bread and how the machine works. We use our machine at least 3-4 times a week. Some of my favorites from the book include the Hamburger and Hot Dog Buns (I will never buy storebought again!), the Garlic Foccacia, the Orange Bread with White Chocolate, Apricots and Walnuts, and for sandwiches my family loves the Instant Potato Bread and the Maple Buttermilk Bread, both of which turn out light and fluffly.
I remember reading a review that discussed the different ways to measure flour. For some reason, if I do it Hensperger's way, I always have to add more flour. So, I just scoop it without aerating the flour first.
Another review mentioned that you "have to" use SAF yeast. I haven't found this to be true. I have used the SAF, but have also used fast-acting and bread machine yeast. Both have turned out fine. All of the ingredients have been at a local supermarket (I live in a small town - 23,000, on the Central Coast of CA) except the specialty flours like barley, spelt, semolina, etc. Those I have found at a health-food store.
I can't say enough good things about this book! My copy is tattered and stained and I am enjoying working my way through all the recipes. It is a book I definitely can't live without
Kriau
I purchased this book based on its good reviews as a companion to a new bread machine (I have never owned a bread machine before). My goal is to make whole wheat bread at home so that I do not have to worry about the additives that most commercial whole wheat breads contain. Imagine my dismay when I turn to the whole wheat chapter, and NEARLY EVERY recipe contains "bread flour" (read: refined white flour) *and* whole wheat flour. Come on, are you serious? To me, the point of making whole wheat bread, is to make WHOLE WHEAT bread - not half-whole wheat bread. What a disappointment. I will be returning this book and will attempt to make my own recipe conversions from Laurel's Kitchen Bread Book, which doesn't have any refined white flour included in any recipe.

Please understand, I am sure the recipes for white bread & hybrid white/wheat breads in this book taste good, as other reviewers have noted, but I feel the whole wheat chapter was misrepresented, and I would have never purchased the book if I knew what I know now, so hopefully this review will alert someone else who may have similar interests.

Happy baking!
Voodoosida
I've made a small portion of the recipes from this book, perhaps thirty recipes. I've found that, without tweaking, perhaps two have performed reliably and the others have been mostly salvageable with modifications (modifications made loaf after loaf to see what works and what doesn't). I am a moderately accomplished bread baker and have a good understanding of how to tweak ingredient volumes and I would say that most of the recipes in this book are inadequately tested.

This morning I decided to make the Dutch Sugar Loaf bread for my family as a treat since we are snowed in. What a bad idea. I followed the recipe to a letter and was concerned about the noise in the pan when I added the sugar lumps. I should have followed my intuition to abort the loaf. After the bread finished baking, I went to clean out the bread pan and blades. The sugar cubes scoured the finish off of the bottom of the pan and almost completely stripped the finish off of the blades. Total replacement for a new bread pan to fit my one year old Zo and two new blades: $75. And, lo and behold, the bread didn't turn out as expected either. It is beyond me why this recipe made it to publication.

If you really want to purchase this book, I would try the library first and then try to get it second hand. Better yet, just ask someone you know for a couple of copies of their favorite recipes. It is not worth the full cost for a handful of reliable recipes.
The Bread Lover's Bread Machine Cookbook: A Master Baker's 300 Favorite Recipes for Perfect-Every-Time Bread-From Every Kind of Machine download epub
Baking
Author: Beth Hensperger
ISBN: 1558321551
Category: Cookbooks, Food & Wine
Subcategory: Baking
Language: English
Publisher: Harvard Common Press (July 24, 2000)
Pages: 448 pages