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Artisan Bread Making: Ancient & Sprouted Grains
Artisan Bread Making: Ancient & Sprouted Grains
Peter Reinhart
Experiment with new flours and sprouted grain recipes for your most flavorful bread yet.
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Make artisanal sourdough your household norm. Discover the techniques you need to make a variety of sourdough breads, from starter to beautifully baked loaves.
Richard Miscovich
Richard Miscovich
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Discover the secrets to baking hearty, healthy whole-grain bread in your own kitchen for results that are better than ever!
Michael Kalanty
Michael Kalanty
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Make impressive artisan breads at home! King Arthur Flour's Amber Eisler shows you how to work with pre-ferments for bakery-worthy results.
Amber Eisler
Amber Eisler

Join the discussion! While your instructor may choose to chime in, this space is intended as a maker-to-maker forum.

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