Waldorf Bread Book: Traditional Bread Recipes from Around the World

Best Homemade Bread Recipes- Quick & Easy Ways to Make Bread.
Four simple ingredients, flour, water, salt, yeast. Yet these fundamentals of artisan bread, flat bread, braided loaves and sourdough breads is what has sustained the human race for generations.


˃˃˃ Delicious Bread Recipes
You can make artisan bread in five minutes a day and discover the healing powers of rhythmic healing as you and your child transform a mixture of ingredient into a soft dough and again into a delicious loaf.

˃˃˃ Around the World with Bread – This Book Includes:
Traditional Breads

The Sunday Bread Story

Naan (India)

Frybread (United States)

Bauernbrot Farmer-style Rye Bread (Germany)

Challah (Jewish)

Basque Pumpkin Bread (Basque Country)

Chapati (Indian/Pakistani)

Cherniy Hleb (Darnitsky Russian Black Bread)

Cornbread (United States/ Americas)

Focaccia Genovese (Italian Olive Oil Bread)

Irish Soda Bread (Ireland)

Lavash (Southwest Asian Flatbread)

Pan de Muerto (Mexican Anise-scented Bread)

Pita (Mediterranean Pocket Bread)

Socca aka Provencal Chickpea Bread (French)

Quick Oak Bread (Scottish)

Lefse (Norwegian Potato Flatbread)

Bammy (Jamaican Cassava Flatbread)

Arepas (Venezuelan Corn Cakes)

Wheat Bread with Yeast (Greece)

Conventional White Bread (Kenyer, Hungary)

Nan-e-Barbari (Iran)

Potato Bread (Romania)

Homemade Country Bread (Slovenia)

Traditional Wholemeal Country Loaf (United Kingdom)

Palianytsia (Ukraine)

Rustic Bread (Germany)

Ciabatta (Italy)

Homemade Bread with Beer (Czech Republic)

Walnut Bread (France)

Obi Non or Lepyoshka (Kazakhstan)

Brioche Braid (Austria)

San Francisco Sourdough Bread (United States)

Bagel (Polish, Yiddish)

Baguette (French)

Borodinsky (Russian Sourdough)

Bread Baking Verses

The Seven Days of Grains & Colors

More Food for Thought

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Kytka Hilmar-Jezek is the author of over twenty five books that have changed the way people think about parenting, education, entrepreneurship, and natural healing. Kytka is listed in the Revolution in Education Hall of Fame and is a recipient of the Presidential Awards for Voluntary Work and the Presidential Awards for Community Work.
Her first book Reiki for Children came out in 2001 and remains the #1 bestselling book on Reiki for children worldwide. Practitioners the world over contact Kytka to tell her they use the book in teaching classes for kids.
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