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Old 01-11-2018, 04:29 PM   #11
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You want useful information on bread? Here, this should keep you busy for a while: Modernist Bread: The Art and Science

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You want useful information on bread? Here, this should keep you busy for a while: Modernist Bread: The Art and Science

Thanks, but I can barely afford to buy flour, let alone a $500+ set of cooking texts! Maybe I should do go fund me, lol!
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Thanks, but I can barely afford to buy flour, let alone a $500+ set of cooking texts! Maybe I should do go fund me, lol!
Have you considered asking your local library if they have it or could find it for you? Then you can use your printer's scanner to copy only the recipes you are interested in.

Just make sure that if you share any of those recipes online, that you alter the wording of the directions. And even having done that, it wouldn't hurt to give credit to the author and the name of the book at the bottom.
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