Have you always wanted to make a golden brown loaf of airy, buttery homemade bread but ended up with bricks instead? Don’t give up! You can make homemade bread easily with this book. I promise… In fact if you download the eBook today you can have that bread on your table in two hours if you follow the instructions and begin with the first recipe.
So I was looking over the blog and I realized that I have yet to tell y’all about my new book about how to make bread. I took the Bread Bootcamp lessons, condensed them, and created this book that you can download immediately. It’s also in paperback but the paperback version has no images. I am working on a full color paperback which will retail for around 27.99 — the cost of color is ridiculous!
You CAN do this
Bread Bootcamp is an innovative, incremental approach to learning to bake bread for the beginner or perfect the skills an experienced baker all ready has.
What that means in English… I’ve broken down the processes involved in bread making into small bites. Each chapter focuses on working with a type of bread (batter, white, wheat, etc) and then each recipe within the chapter focuses on the hows and whys of one part of bread making. Maybe it is making the yeast work properly, or kneading, or even adding in other ingredients… I encourage you to bake the recipes in order to get the most out of the book.
28 recipes plus a wealth of information on how to make the best bread ever.
Images like this that aren’t for pretty. They’re to show you how to do something successfully.
I am serious. I make awesome bread. You can, too.
Learning to bake bread can seem very intimidating and many would-be bakers quit in frustration. Bread Bootcamp teaches you to create tall, fluffy loaves of bread using an incremental approach – learning the techniques step by step so that by the end of the book you’ve mastered it. More importantly, you’ve had fun doing it!
Come on, y’all. You know me. This is practically a downloadable party.
If you are 5′ 5″ or under do not try to knead your bread on the counter. You will hurt your arms and back, plus you’ll have to work too hard. Take your bread dough to the table, assuming it is lower. Your kneading surface should allow your arms to hang with just a slight bend at the elbow when your hands are palm down on it. You may need to knead while standing on a step stool.
Who else is going to give you this kind of practical information?
Plus I am always available on the Facebook page if you have a question about something. I have literally walked some of y’all through a recipe issue while standing in the toilet paper aisle of the grocery store. Who else would do that?
You can find it right here: Bread Boot Camp
This is seriously the closest you can get to having me walk into your kitchen and make each recipe with you. I am a homeschool mom – I know how to teach people to do things.
Except algebra. Please don’t ask for help with that.
Tired of making bricks instead of bread? This book is for you. If you download the e-Book any updates or additions to the book will be free for you as well. That’s always nice.
Go now. Buy the book. You’ll love it. AND, if you hurry, there is still time to make some for dinner.
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