Recipes from the Old Mill: Backing with Whole Grains (Original)

Sarah Myers (Author)
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Description

Simple grains yield rich breads that range from the mystically light to the substantially chewy. These breads offer incontestable food value and flavor; they will satisfy and delight those sensitive to nutritional concerns. The very act of bread baking itself provides a welcome diversion from the computer screen or office -- and a gratifying result, no matter one's other occupations! Two sisters, whose family has operated a mill for two generations producing stone-ground flours, bring these recipes from the family and neighbors in West Virginia. Here are more than 180 recipes for a multitude of breads, sweet rolls, international grain dishes, and desserts. Each recipe is explained in thorough detail for a novice as well as an experienced baker.

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Product Details

Price
$15.95
Publisher
Good Books
Publish Date
November 01, 1995
Pages
252
Dimensions
7.04 X 0.74 X 9.01 inches | 0.94 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781561481767
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About the Author


Sarah lives in Mount Joy, Pennsylvania with her husband Herb. She is an occupational therapist at Wernesville State Hospital where she started a "Dough-it-yourself" bread baking therapy group.