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The Great British Bake Off: How to Avoid a Soggy Bottom and Other Secrets to Achieving a Good Bake
September 12, 2018 Comments.. 535
The Great British Bake Off How to Avoid a Soggy Bottom and Other Secrets to Achieving a Good Bake Banish sunken sponges burned caramel and soggy bottoms from your kitchen forever This book answers over essential baking questions looking at the common techniques we use and the history of how

  • Title: The Great British Bake Off: How to Avoid a Soggy Bottom and Other Secrets to Achieving a Good Bake
  • Author: Gerard Baker
  • ISBN: 9781849905893
  • Page: 288
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Banish sunken sponges, burned caramel and soggy bottoms from your kitchen forever This book answers over 150 essential baking questions, looking at the common techniques we use and the history of how they came about Why do cakes sometimes sink in the middle How can I tell if my bread is perfectly risen Why haven t I been able to whisk my egg whites properly There are alsBanish sunken sponges, burned caramel and soggy bottoms from your kitchen forever This book answers over 150 essential baking questions, looking at the common techniques we use and the history of how they came about Why do cakes sometimes sink in the middle How can I tell if my bread is perfectly risen Why haven t I been able to whisk my egg whites properly There are also 30 classic recipes demonstrating the key skills that every baker should know all to help you perfect your baking at home.

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    1. Shonna Froebel says:

      I was attracted to this book by the subtitle, as I have had problems with a soggy bottom on my rhubarb pies. The book covers cakes, biscuits, bread, pastry, desserts, and fillings. There are some basic recipes for common creations included in each section, lots of history, information on the chemistry of baking, and lots of helpful tips and guides to getting a good result. I know have some strategies to try the next time I make a pie.

    2. Melanie says:

      Not quite finished with this one, but I have loved what I've read so far! I thought I already knew a lot about the science of baking, but this book has taught me a ton. Plus, it's charmingly British.

    3. Jessi says:

      A nice little book with a lot of (background) information about baking. A must read for all keen bakers.

    4. Val says:

      A bit disappointed as the only recipe I have tried was a disaster! The experience hasn't encouraged me to try any more.

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