I've been making bread for twenty-odd years, on and off. I've always enjoyed cooking, and anyone who enjoys cooking is bound to want to try making bread eventually. What surprised me, right from the start, was how unpredictable, and how unforgiving, the art of making bread is. The transformations that make an evening meal are relatively simple, and easily observed. This is not so with bread. I quickly felt out of my depth. I realised that making bread involved hidden processes, and that I needed information. So I did the obvious thing and looked for a book on the subject.
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Although the book has been available for a few years now, it has been subjected to an extensive rewrite. The current download is still not the definitive edition. There are illustrations, an index, a bibliography and cover art yet to be added. I am still researching and expanding the text. Nonetheless, I think it is a significant improvement on the previous version. As always, opinions, ideas and suggestions are all welcome. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org