Princeton Architectural Press (Author)
Baking bread provides us with comfort, stress relief, pleasure, and sustenance, but it's also complicated! Keeping consistent track of the details like yeast percentage and rising time can be a pain―until now.
Introducing the Bread Baker's Journal, the first journal designed specifically for recording and refining your bread baking journey. Geared toward beginners, but sophisticated enough for the experienced baker, this journal is for sourdough enthusiasts, kneaders and no-kneaders, and anyone committed to yeast.
Take note of every aspect of every loaf you bake, from starter behavior, flour ratio, and oven temperatures to the tasty results, with observations on crust, chew, texture, and taste.
Helpful tips on ingredients and process are provided throughout the journal.
The Bread Baker's Journal is the perfect gift for friends and family who have recently found bread making, as well as those who have been baking all along.
Diary, 160 pages
Published by Princeton Architectural Press (29 April 2021)
15.75 x 1.91 x 18.92 cm