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This is the ideal bread cookbook for the newbie… the first timer… the future baker… because I will show you how to make bread in a glass bowl with a spoon… without dusting the counter with flour or touching the dough with your hands. It’s called the “hands-free technique”. It uses the principles of a bread machine… without the bread machine. There are three basic methods This is the ideal bread cookbook for the newbie… the first timer… the future baker… because I will show you how to make bread in a glass bowl with a spoon… without dusting the counter with flour or touching the dough with your hands. It’s called the “hands-free technique”. It uses the principles of a bread machine… without the bread machine. There are three basic methods for making bread… - Knead by hand… the most common method. - Bread machine… very popular, but your loaf will have a silly little paddle in the bottom. - No-knead… a method in which Mother Nature does the kneading for you. This cookbook uses the “no-knead” method. The advantages are… - No kneading… Mother Nature does the kneading for you. - No yeast proofing… instant yeast doesn’t require proofing. - No special equipment (no mixer, no bread machine)… entire process is done in a glass bowl with a spoon and spatula, and can be baked in a wide variety of baking vessels (bread pan, uncovered baker, skillet, preheated Dutch oven, etc.). - Only 4 ingredients (flour, salt, yeast and water)… to which other ingredients can be added to make a variety of specialty breads. There are two methods for making no-knead bread… - Traditional… proofs for 8 to 24 hours. - “Turbo”… ready to bake in 2-1/2 hours. This cookbook will start by teaching you how to make no-knead bread using the traditional method, then “Turbo” method, because the traditional method is more popular and a little easier. No-knead bread can be bake in a variety of baking vessels… - Bread pan… the #1 baking vessel for bread - Dutch oven… ideal for baking a round loaf (boule) - Long covered baker… ideal for baking half loaves and long loaves. - Poor man’s Dutch oven… combines the ease of baking in a bread pan with the principles of baking in a Dutch oven. This cookbook starts by showing you how to bake no-knead bread in a bread pan… it’s easy and safer than working with a hot Dutch oven. Then we will expand our use of baking vessels to include the Dutch oven, covered baker, and “poor man’s Dutch oven” (PMDO). And we won’t stop there. This cookbook will also show you how to make rolls, pizza, and pretzels.. - Rolls… you’ll learn how to use bakeware to shape the rolls for you. - Pizza… you’ll learn how to make you own pizza dough. - Pretzels… add one step to the process and you’ll have pretzels. What makes this cookbook different from others is… - “Hands-free technique”… a new and innovative technique that uses the handle end of a plastic spoon to manipulate the dough (like a dough hook) after which the dough goes straight from the mixing bowl to the baking vessel (bread pan, etc.) without dusting the work surface with flour or touching the dough with your hands. - “Roll-to-coat”… an innovative technique that coats the dough ball with flour in the mixing bowl. No more sticky dough. When the dough comes out of the bowl it will be easy to handle if you wish to divide the dough into portion to make baguettes, rolls, etc. - “Poor man’s Dutch oven”… new and innovative technique which combines the ease of baking in a bread pan with the principles of baking in a Dutch oven. The cookbook also includes sections that will help you understand ingredients, technique, and bakeware.


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This is the ideal bread cookbook for the newbie… the first timer… the future baker… because I will show you how to make bread in a glass bowl with a spoon… without dusting the counter with flour or touching the dough with your hands. It’s called the “hands-free technique”. It uses the principles of a bread machine… without the bread machine. There are three basic methods This is the ideal bread cookbook for the newbie… the first timer… the future baker… because I will show you how to make bread in a glass bowl with a spoon… without dusting the counter with flour or touching the dough with your hands. It’s called the “hands-free technique”. It uses the principles of a bread machine… without the bread machine. There are three basic methods for making bread… - Knead by hand… the most common method. - Bread machine… very popular, but your loaf will have a silly little paddle in the bottom. - No-knead… a method in which Mother Nature does the kneading for you. This cookbook uses the “no-knead” method. The advantages are… - No kneading… Mother Nature does the kneading for you. - No yeast proofing… instant yeast doesn’t require proofing. - No special equipment (no mixer, no bread machine)… entire process is done in a glass bowl with a spoon and spatula, and can be baked in a wide variety of baking vessels (bread pan, uncovered baker, skillet, preheated Dutch oven, etc.). - Only 4 ingredients (flour, salt, yeast and water)… to which other ingredients can be added to make a variety of specialty breads. There are two methods for making no-knead bread… - Traditional… proofs for 8 to 24 hours. - “Turbo”… ready to bake in 2-1/2 hours. This cookbook will start by teaching you how to make no-knead bread using the traditional method, then “Turbo” method, because the traditional method is more popular and a little easier. No-knead bread can be bake in a variety of baking vessels… - Bread pan… the #1 baking vessel for bread - Dutch oven… ideal for baking a round loaf (boule) - Long covered baker… ideal for baking half loaves and long loaves. - Poor man’s Dutch oven… combines the ease of baking in a bread pan with the principles of baking in a Dutch oven. This cookbook starts by showing you how to bake no-knead bread in a bread pan… it’s easy and safer than working with a hot Dutch oven. Then we will expand our use of baking vessels to include the Dutch oven, covered baker, and “poor man’s Dutch oven” (PMDO). And we won’t stop there. This cookbook will also show you how to make rolls, pizza, and pretzels.. - Rolls… you’ll learn how to use bakeware to shape the rolls for you. - Pizza… you’ll learn how to make you own pizza dough. - Pretzels… add one step to the process and you’ll have pretzels. What makes this cookbook different from others is… - “Hands-free technique”… a new and innovative technique that uses the handle end of a plastic spoon to manipulate the dough (like a dough hook) after which the dough goes straight from the mixing bowl to the baking vessel (bread pan, etc.) without dusting the work surface with flour or touching the dough with your hands. - “Roll-to-coat”… an innovative technique that coats the dough ball with flour in the mixing bowl. No more sticky dough. When the dough comes out of the bowl it will be easy to handle if you wish to divide the dough into portion to make baguettes, rolls, etc. - “Poor man’s Dutch oven”… new and innovative technique which combines the ease of baking in a bread pan with the principles of baking in a Dutch oven. The cookbook also includes sections that will help you understand ingredients, technique, and bakeware.

30 review for My No-Knead Bread Cookbook: From the Kitchen of Artisan Bread with Steve

  1. 5 out of 5

    Peggy Pettis

    Can't wait to try these recipes.... I've been baking artisan and sourdough breads for over a decade with great results, but have grown weary of the amount of time and effort involved. I just stumbled upon Steve Gamelin's name via a FB post. After reading through this book I just can't wait to try some of these recipes. I love the idea of mixing the dough up before bed and baking the bread in the morning. I've literally spent three days making a single loaf of fruit nut bread. Can't wait to try these recipes.... I've been baking artisan and sourdough breads for over a decade with great results, but have grown weary of the amount of time and effort involved. I just stumbled upon Steve Gamelin's name via a FB post. After reading through this book I just can't wait to try some of these recipes. I love the idea of mixing the dough up before bed and baking the bread in the morning. I've literally spent three days making a single loaf of fruit nut bread.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Lavinia

    Easy to follow multitude recipes Great job Book covers various kinds of breads, slow and turbo methods, explains how to use different pans, from cookie sheets, silicone mats, skillet and Dutch ovens, etc I've tested some, which became delicious breads I appreciate Steve's work and recommend his book Easy to follow multitude recipes Great job Book covers various kinds of breads, slow and turbo methods, explains how to use different pans, from cookie sheets, silicone mats, skillet and Dutch ovens, etc I've tested some, which became delicious breads I appreciate Steve's work and recommend his book

  3. 5 out of 5

    Jeff

    Awesomeness Fantastic cookbook for a vast variety of recipes that are beyond easy to make. Trust me, I’ve burned water and I regularly ruin most any meal but these recipes are idiot proof. They’re also healthy and delicious too. Kudos to Steve!!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Diane Pope

    The easy way I loved watching Steve on YouTube. He makes bread making look so easy and with his guidance, it was. I had to have his book. Thanks for making bread easy and yummy.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Suzanne Nordhaus

    Easy No-Knead Bread I’m going to try his “Turbo” method to bake my next loaf of no-knead bread. Love his no hands “kneaded” method.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Virginia Allen

    So Easy! This is something I will use often. I can’t believe how easy it is to make a variety of breads. Steve takes the fear out of working with yeast. Super easy recipes.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Cindy Gilmer

    Concise and easy Very easy to follow instructions. Some great tips on bake ware, also. Learned some things about yeast, too. Great book

  8. 4 out of 5

    Cindy Mulvaney

    Finally Always had problems with making bread. This is easy and exciting and a time saver. I'm making Rye bread and hotdog and hamburger buns today. Finally Always had problems with making bread. This is easy and exciting and a time saver. I'm making Rye bread and hotdog and hamburger buns today.

  9. 5 out of 5

    eggiecom

    Best thing to come into my bread recipe collection in forever. Simple, no fuss, and delicious. This book is now a treasured part of my collection. In fact, I bought two of the author’s other books. Get it. Hurry! It will rock your world.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Tanya Goodroad-bucel

    EXCELLENT, EASY TO FOLLOW and perfect everytime!!! I have backed over 1/2 these recipes and they are excellent! Love the texture, love how easy this is to make and bake! Better than a bakery and any average person can do the recipes and bake!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Leslie

    Excellent! Delicious and easy!

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    Trish Damitio

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