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Who needs an expensive culinary school when you can learn it all here with this free 250-page ebook? Learn how the ingredients work together, the best baking methods, tons of recipes, and even secrets from the baking pros.
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Baking: An Art and a Science
I believe baking to be an art. There’s a certain creativity and flow to it as you bake a true masterpiece of a recipe. But you can’t make the art without understanding the science of baking: how yeast and other leaveners work, what specific ingredients do in a recipe, and especially the methods.
You learn all of that and more in this free ebook. It’s only one click away.
Included in How to Bake: The Art and Science of Baking
- Eight chapters
- Over 225 pages
- Proven recipes to illustrate principles and methods
- All recipes are professionally tested in a commercial test kitchen
- Available in PDF
Click the links below to download each chapter or download the full book:
How to Bake: The Art and Science of Baking
Chapter 1: Flour—the Basic Ingredient and How to Use it for the Best Baked Goods
Chapter 2: Eggs are wonderful!
Chapter 3: Yeast–How it Works and How to Use it
Chapter 4: Leaveners–What They Are and How They Work
Chapter 5: Dairy Products and How They Work in Your Baking
Chapter 6: The Fats We Use in Baking and the Role They Play
Chapter 7: Sweeteners in Your Baking
Chapter 8: Chocolate In Your Baking
See What Everyone’s Saying
Something for Everyone to Learn
I thought the lessons were wonderful for a beginner or expert. Lots of hints and recipes.”
I liked the information that I didn’t know, even after years of being a baker! I enjoyed the recipes, too!”
Easy to Understand Explanations
Everything was super fantastic!!! As a 4-H project leader in foods and nutrition, I found this course to be absolutely the best. There is so much useful information in it that explains the why’s and the how’s of baking!”
I liked the chemical interactions of ingredients. It was something I didn’t know much about, and it was handled using layman’s terms that made it easy to understand.”