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Bread cookbook with ingredient weights?

815 Views | 9 Replies | Last: 3 mo ago by kithas
Vernada
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I'd like to pick up a dedicated bread cookbook, however, I'd really like one that gives the recipes in weight measurements.

I have a nice 'French cooking at home' that works that way but it only cover pastries.

Any good suggestions?
schmendeler
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Most all of America's Test kitchen recipes have weights.
gigemags87
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I'd recommend Tartine Bread. I have most of the popular bread books and I've had the most luck with Tartine process and recipes.
schmendeler
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Oh and I don't know why I didn't think of it first, Flour Water Salt Yeast.
gigemags87
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That's a good one too. I started with that one and then moved to Tartine.
Vernada
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Thanks. I had looked at both of those on Amazon but didn't know if they used weight. Thanks!
bularry
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won't any legit baking/pastry cookbook use weights? I know the Milk Bar one does
bmc13
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related to this topic here's a book that I like

https://www.amazon.com/Ratio-Simple-Behind-Everyday-Cooking/dp/1416571728
fido00
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I second this suggestion
kithas
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We use the Bouchon Bakery from the Thomas Keller Library - isn't dedicated to bread, but has several bread recipes as well as some great desserts and similar baking recipes - use it more often than we would've thought. .
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