Our Daily Bread: Yeast Burps, Sweats and Starch Guts…

Batch to batch, crust to crust … In tribute to the beloved staple food, baking master Peter Reinhart reflects on the cordial couplings (wheat and yeast, starch and heat) that give us our daily bread. Try not to eat a slice.

Master breadmaker Peter Reinhart is also a teacher, author and theologian. Through his lectures and numerous cookbooks, he channels the science of baking into deep, spiritual lessons — and dispels… Full bio and more links


About emanita01

I am a Franco-american woman who hails from Massachusetts. I live in France near the Swiss border, only minutes away from Geneva. I am a member of the Geneva Writers Group and the Association La Forge, a literary group based in France. I write stories, poems and am currently working on a couple of plays, a one-woman show and actively learning how to perform stand-up comedy.
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2 Responses to Our Daily Bread: Yeast Burps, Sweats and Starch Guts…

  1. Thanks again. I didn’t quite understand the title at first but was pleasantly surprized when I finally understood. In my own return to nature I have purchased the book “The Bread Builders: Hearth Loaves and Masonry Ovens”. I want to build an outdoor Oven but have yet to convince my wife.


    I need to get Peter’s books then and learn more. The video is great. Also I can see the need to tune in and watch TED TV. I’ll be back again.Thanks.

    • emanita01 says:

      Hi, welcome back 😀 Yes, I did have a bit of fun with this title…lol. An outdoor oven sounds great, polish up your negotiation skills, I’m sure you can convince your wife ;-D
      Thanks for the link, I did have a look yet I don’t have the means nor the backyard to build or own such an oven. I am interested in learning the ins and outs of sour dough bread making
      The TED site is really good. I don’t know whether there’s a TED TV program but the link to their site is one on my Fodder Link list.

      Thanks for your visit.

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