Healthy Baking: Nourishing breads, wholesome cakes, ancient grains and bubbling ferments

By | May 20, 2018

FROM THE AUTHOR OF OUR KOREAN KITCHEN, WINNER OF THE OBSERVER FOOD MONTHLY’S ‘BEST NEW COOKBOOK AWARD’ 2016, AND FORTNUM & MASON’S ‘COOKERY BOOK’ AWARD 2016

In this beautiful full-colour cookbook, award-winning author Jordan Bourke shows you how simple it is to make nourishing breads; savory tarts and bakes; and indulgent yet wholesome sweet treats.

Reclaiming ‘healthy’ for what it really means – nutritious, balanced food made from natural ingredients – these are recipes to bring joy and flavor back into your baking and beyond. Alongside sumptuous ‘regular’ bakes – such as the perfect Sourdough bread, Caramelized Onion, Sweet Potato and Rye Tart, and Italian Strawberry and Chocolate Chunk Cake – Jordan also gives ancient grains and pickles a western update, revealing how easy it is to make abundant salads, bubbling ferments, seasonal preserves and more.

Healthy Baking provides over 100 nourishing and mouth-watering ways to revive and reinvent cooking at home. Using alternatives to refined sugar and featuring lots of options to make recipes gluten- and dairy-free, you’ll quickly discover how ferments and grains can invigorate your cooking – from cultivating the perfect sourdough starter to creating delicious salads and decadent cakes.

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Anonymous on 05/20/2018 at 19:15.

Eating Healthy is trendy; more than ever we are using different grains in our baking – both new and ancient – as well as being introduced to healthy foods that may be foreign and new to us. Healthy Baking: Nourishing Breads, Wholesome Cakes, Ancient Grains and Bubbling Ferments is the perfect primer for all of us who are wanting to get on the bandwagon and change to healthier eating. Jordan Bourke, who is a veteran cookbook writer from the UK, focuses on natural ingredients that are not only…

Anonymous on 05/20/2018 at 19:24.

New disclaimer due to new Amazon rules: I was gifted a free electronic copy of this book, via Netgalley, by the publisher. I am not obligated, nor being forced, to post a review – I am doing it of my own free will as I enjoy reviewing.On advice from Amazon, and based on their emailed reply I can say – “My review is given voluntarily and the Author/publisher does not require a review in exchange for the book, or attempt to influence my review.”I would like to thank Orion…

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