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How to Make Bread: Instruction & Resources for Bread Baking
There's nothing like tasty homemade bread!
Pleasant Hill Grain has what you need to make bread!
Bread Baking Instruction Resources: Pleasant Hill Grain offers how-to cookbooks and videos covering every aspect of bread making. We have books, tapes and DVD's on yeast breads, gluten-free breads, whole grain breads, quick breads... basically all kinds of breads, in our Bread & Whole Grains Baking Book section. If you don't know a whole grain from hole in the wall yet, these resources will take you step-by-step to your first delicious loaf of homemade bread, and then to anywhere else you want to go. And if you're already an expert, they'll make you a greater one!
Bread Dough Mixers: Mixing and kneading a loaf of bread by hand is great fun, but it's also strenuous and time consuming if you need to do very much of it. Our Bosch Mixers are the perfect tool for mixing and kneading dough for anywhere from one to six loaves of bread at a time. Most kitchen mixers (even the most famous names) will quickly break down if asked to do the work that a machine like the Bosch Universal Mixer takes in stride, day in and day out. The superior gluten development of the Bosch kneading action produces fabulous texture and taste. Making bread with a Bosch mixer is fast, easy, fun and economical!
Whole Grain Flour Mills for the Home Kitchen: Fresh bread is always tasty, but you're getting scant nutrition if all your flour is store-bought (even if the label says "whole wheat.") Whole grains are a treasure house of vital nutritional goodness, but to get the full benefit of those riches, flour must be milled fresh from whole grains shortly before use. Grain loses the majority of many nutrients within just three days of milling, due to exposure to oxygen -- and no method of packaging, chemical stabilization, or even refrigeration, can prevent that. What to do? Simple! Use a convenient high speed home grain mill to turn whole grains into totally fresh, wonderfully fine flour, right on your kitchen countertop. Mills like the extremely popular Nutrimill,KoMo Classic & Country Living Grain Mill are quick, clean and couldn't be easier to use. Best of all, they restore the nutrition to your diet that's been stripped from the shelf-stabilized, realfood-wannabees.
Cook's Tools: From thermometers that reveal exactly when your bread's perfectly done, to dough dividers, whisks, timers and more... the Cook's Tools that make kitchen tasks easier, quicker & more fun! Be sure to check out the new Perfect Beaker... you may want more than one!
Explore Pleasant Hill Grain's online store... Our special kitchen machines, tools and resources will light up your culinary endeavors & add nutritional goodness to all the products of your kitchen! Bread making is one of our specialties, with a wide array of products that can be explored. If this is your first visit, welcome to Pleasant Hill Grain... We hope you'll be returning for years to come!
"Pleasant Hill Grain is a top notch company. You process orders quickly without error and also resolve returns to the customer's satisfaction. Other companies I've ordered from online don't measure up to Pleasant Hill Grain!" — Pat Perusse, MD