Beth describes how to use a grain mill and flaker, how to knead and bake dough, gives tips for using lecithin, and more in her Basic Bread Making DVD. Bread making beginners will love this instructional video.
The Advanced Bread Making DVD goes beyond the basics to demonstrate how to make different types of bread. Beth also describes how to use different grains to achieve diverse textures. In her videos, Beth uses an Ankarsrum mixer, but the principles she teaches can be applied to any stand mixer.
The Bread for Life Volume 1 cookbook has 52 pages, 168 recipes, and a stapled binding. This cookbook teaches basic cooking techniques and simpler recipes for beginners. The recipes focus on yeast breads and desserts, but there are also main dish, cereal, and even dehydrating recipes included.
The Bread for Life Volume 2 cookbook has 184 pages, 250 recipes, and a spiral binding. The recipes in this book are more complex, but the book also includes some techniques and tips that are helpful to beginners.
With 200 pages, over 300 recipes with variations, and a spiral binding, Bread for Life Volume 3 is the most advanced of the three cookbooks. This cookbook is divided into sections with recipes for main dishes, desserts, salads, beverages, and more. This book has it all!
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