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The bread book in Kitchen Confidential.

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Hi,

 

Does anyone know the title of the bread making book mentioned in Kitchen Confidential?  I have been wanting to get it but forgot its name.

 

So you have it? Have your used it? Is it smart?

 

CDF

post #2 of 4

Haven't read Kitchen Confidential to help answer your question, sorry.

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post #3 of 4

 

I read Kitchen Confidential last year and I don't remember a reference to a Bread making book. I know he speaks about his sourdough starter and how the success of a good establishment is based on making your own bread on site.

 

I will try to find it.

 

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Wine and Cheese
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post #4 of 4

its a bit later after the last post in this topic but I recently read kitchen confidential, and there is NO mention of a bread book in this book.

I agree on what the last poster said.

btw, it IS important to make bread on site IF YOU'RE GOOD AT IT.  otherwise, buy in.

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