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Absolutely Brilliant Book. I bought their first book, but this is even better as there are healthy alternatives. Very easy to make and good results. Basically you make up a batch of dough that you keep in the fridge and use as and when you need it. There is no kneading involved and the chance of failure very low. The same batch can be used for lots of different recipes by adding different flavours to the dough. You can also freeze the dough. I have done this successfully. You will be surprised at just how many different things you can make from one batch of bread. Buy it, you won't be disappointed
This is such an easy method for making bread. Best tip I read before buying was to get gluten at same time (it's available on Amazon) so that you don't have to wait to start making bread. They describe all the ingredients required and the science behind why the bread works (you can skip this part if you want, but I found it really interesting and helpful to know). Then they give the method to a basic recipe in easy steps but detailed enough description to help you get it right. My first loaf was great, the following ones not as good, but they tell you how to improve your method based on the results you get. Still every loaf was edible and enjoyed.
Great book! The original book was so good that I bought this one too. So glad I did. I've tried 5 different recipes in this book and they've all been wonderful. I especially like the Olive Spelt bread. I found the ingredients easy to locate at my local bulk and organic health food stores.
Because I have to severely restrict my sodium intake I found it impossible to obtain bead recipes where it could be excluded, until this one. It offers a bounty of truly healthy and great tasting bread. Every recipe can be frozen as dough (takes up less space in the freezer) rather than as cooked loaves which tend to dry out if kept too long. Just thaw the dough out and bake the loaves fresh as you need them. Does it get any better than that?
This book is one of my go-to bread books when I want to get something started and don't have time to peruse a lot of recipes. once you have made a few loaves, you can riff off the recipes because you will understand the general process. friendly and warm writing, makes you want to bake all day.
Recipes easy to follow, easy to adapt from one to the next. Lots of additional ideas, hints. Yes, recommending to friends. And - I have their other two '5 Minutes a Day' cookbooks - really interesting, and results delicious.