Brother Juniper’s Bread Book advocates a slow-rise method to baking and life. Bread-making is given a religious fervor, and through that passion readers find a culinary paradise. But goat ricotta and chive bread, “the world’s greatest brownies”, and stromboli may be just a bit sinful.
Shows how to bake bread by the "slow rise" method, and includes recipes for over two dozen types of bread.
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This is the book that started my enduring love affair with bread-making. Subtitled ‘The Slow Rise as Meaning and Metaphor’, it gives so much more than recipes.