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SOLD: Whole Grain Breads by Peter Reinhart

MommaT's picture

SOLD: Whole Grain Breads by Peter Reinhart


**** SOLD:  No longer available. ****


Used copy Peter Reinhart's Whole Grain Breads for sale; paring down the kitchen bookshelf.

Price:  $18.00 + shipping (est. $3.99 for standard shipping).  You can pay by paypal for the fastest turnaround.

In excellent condition with the exception of two recipes, which have seen a bit of water on them so the pages have rippled a little.  The jacket is intact and looks like new.

If you are interested, please contact me by email (




jimrich17's picture

A question- I have a large number of bread books that I have thought about selling-But I hesitated to list them on this site because I was not sure whether that is appropriate or not. I have sold other books on Amazon or eBay but I would prefer to sell at this location for a number of reasons- Mainly-the subscribers to this forum would most likely be those people most interested in the books I would be offering.

I would appreciate some feedback on this question. 



Daisy_A's picture

Hi Jim.

Good that you were so respectful of that as some sites can get like used car marts! However I think you are right that bakers here would make good use of classic texts and it might help those of us who are novices to start a library without breaking the bank. (Have to say, though I'm UK so may not benefit!)

Floyd and Dorota would know best but from the Forum Titles it looks like it would be appropriate. MomaT's entry was in the 'Gear for Sale' Forum (click Forum on top menu bar), which invites postings on  'Items like books or mixers for sale'. Most people seem to be listing mixers but I'm sure books would also be welcome. 

Kind regards, Daisy_A

Floydm's picture

I'm OK with you unloading them here.  

MommaT's picture

Hi All,

Sorry if I've stepped over a line or offended anyone.

The Forum title is "for sale" and the description says "Items like books or mixers for sale".  THerefore, I thought it would be OK to list a book I was also listing on Amazon.  Frankly, I would prefer to sell something to a TFL-er because I feel like it would go to someone in this great community. 

Floyd - maybe you could send out some guidelines (or point us to guidelines if they already exist).

I'd hate to do the wrong thing on such a wonderful community/forum.



Floydm's picture

Selling and swapping baking related gear and books here is fine with me.

 "Buyer beware," of course.  I don't provide any of the shopper protections that EBay or Amazon does, sorry.  But MommaT seems pretty trustworthy. ;^)

If the site gets overrun with sales and starts to feel more like Craigslist than a community... well, we'll deal with that when we get there.  I doubt that is likely to happen any time soon though.  For now it just seems like another way community members can help one another out.