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The Priceless Breads: Change the Rules for Making Bread in the Direction of Life


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2018 | ASIN: B07H21BRFH | English | 108 Pages | EPUB | 1 MB

In The Priceless Bread: Change the Rules for Making Bread in the Direction of Life, author Alison Willmors presents thirty distinct recipes for bread, drawing inspiration for these recipes from a variety of global sources. To experience bread as the emblem of culture that it is rather than as the quotidian snack that it sometimes seem to be, this recipe book can help you. Featuring European bread recipes, Arab bread recipes, Turkish bread recipes, American bread recipes, unleavened bread recipes, vegetarian bread recipes, special dietary bread recipes and Miscellaneous bread recipes, the book is written with love and personality, including jokes, stories, and life hacks throughout the text. Unlock the secrets of dishes long-cherished in countries far and wide. Having traveled to 19 countries in the last 12 years, Alison Willmors is going to show you just what bread can be!
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