Do I really need BBA?
To open, a confession. I have a nasty bread book habit. Really nasty.
Tho' I try to mitigate the malady by typically acquiring relatively inexpensive, gently used volumes.
And I do actually bake some of the recipes, too. ;7)
Over the past few years, I've acquired:
Leader's Bread Alone,
Glezer's Artisan & Blessing volumes,
Reinhart's Brother Juniper
and the tragically out-of-print:
No Need to Knead (Dunaway) &
Village Baker (Ortiz).
So -- is BBA going to provide me with anything significant that I don't already have in my current library?
Thoughtful analysis, careless half-truths and outright lies all welcome.