The Art of Braiding Bread by Roberto von Krammer

If you thought braiding dough was uncomplicated or straightforward you would not be looking at these lines now. In the book we start with the most basic of braids, the one with 3 strands, and then progressively go up to any number of them, with practical step by step description of the process. The book is eminently visual, illustrated with 541 diagram enhanced pictures and 9 videos.

If you thought braiding dough was uncomplicated or straightforward you would not be looking at these lines now. In the book we start with the most basic of braids, the one with 3 strands, and then progressively go up to any number of them, with practical step by step description of the process. The book is eminently visual, illustrated with 541 diagram enhanced pictures and 9 videos.

There are Quick Reference Guides for some braids, which you can print out and have at hand when braiding. The book offers something for even proficient bread braiders; some chapters present a challenge, in video form, in which braiding is carried to the professional level.. The game plans can be replicated at home at your own pace. Nothing is taken for granted, and you can try the procedures over and over again until you comprehend them. Furthermore, if you don’t succeed today, come back tomorrow.

Presentation is very important in nutrition. From the moment we are allowed or decide to choose our own food we select what we want to eat. First we look at it, then we smell it and lastly we taste it. And only then, if all our senses approve, we swallow it. Later we remember what we liked and disliked, in lasting impressions. If when we look at food what we see seems appetizing we are more inclined to smell and taste it. A simple loaf of bread might take away our hunger but a braided loaf announces that somebody spent time preparing something special for a celebration

Price: $19.99 USD

First 15% Sample: epub mobi (Kindle) lrf

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