Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day

All of my adult life I have wanted to make good crusty breads. After having my second child, I did try, using a book written for bread machines. The idea was to mix with the bread machine and bake in the oven. The dough was too sticky to handle. The bread ended up too heavy, and I still had a mess to clean up.

My first reaction to this title is that it must be an exaggeration. After reading the introduction and mixing a batch, I learned that the hands on preparation is really that short and simple. The best review I could possibly give is no complaints from the kids. They want me to keep making it.

A breadmaking method that works for the inexperienced and people on the go.

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One Response to “Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day”

  1. minerva66 Says:

    I’ve made 4 recipes out of this book now. With great success and having fun trying new recipes. Still not believing how easy it is. Not baking every week but almost. Have had to adjust baking times, and baguettes are working better for me than full loaves. Except the oatmeal bread baked perfectly. The only thing that requires more planning is time allowed for rising.

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