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Friday, January 29, 2010

How To Get a No Knead Bread Book for a Dollar

And the giveaway winner!

Thanks to everybody who entered our recent giveaway for a hardcover copy of Healthy Bread in Five Minutes a Day. It's been lots of fun to read all your comments and opinions about the no knead bread phenomenon.

Beth and I are already planning some more great bread book giveaways, but in the meantime, all of you no knead bread fans might be interested in a special little offer from Fleischmann's Yeast—a copy of
The Bread Breakthrough by Nancy Baggett for just a dollar.

Nancy Baggett is the author of
Kneadlessly Simple: Fabulous, Fuss-Free, No-Knead Breads, as well as over a dozen other cookbooks. The Bread Breakthrough is a 48-page book that includes 8 of Nancy's favorite no knead bread recipes, with full color photos of each.

You can order a copy
here (click on 'website' in the drop down menu at the top of the page for The Bread Breakthrough order form to appear). Or, iff you have trouble printing out the form, simple send your name and mailing address along with $1 for shipping and handling to:

Fleischmann's Bread Breakthrough
Offer 29737
P. O. Box 5207
Clinton, IA 52736-5207

Limit one recipe book per name, address or household, while supplies last. Sorry, but I don't know if they'll accept international orders. You can read more about The Bread Breakthrough recipe book in
this article on Grit magazine's website, which includes a recipe for Kneadlessly Simple Easy Oat Bread.

© 2010 AYearInBread.com, the kneadlessly addicted to bread baking blog where we're in the middle of another snowstorm here on the farm, and I just cooked up a big pot of soup, which means as soon as I finish clomping around outside doing chores, it's time to bake some bread! A batch of Farmhouse White is definitely on the agenda, but I also have a hankering for some of those crusty Four Hour Parisian Daily Baguettes I love so much. With temperatures expected to plunge to zero this weekend, I think I'll just crank up the oven and keep it cranked!

2 Comments:

Blogger My Carolina Kitchen said...

Thanks so much for the information about the bread book from Fleishmann's. I'm ordering a copy right away.
Sam

2/05/2010 3:39 PM  
Anonymous Kathleen said...

Thanks - great link! There's also a recipe from the book (Very Cherry-Streusel Coffeecake - yum!) and a video which helps explain the process a bit.

4/24/2010 6:43 AM  

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