Anyone read Living Bread by Daniel Leader?
I looked at it briefly and I did not hate it, but I find it hard to get excited about yet another random compilation of French recipes. May be I'll get it at some point later, but I keep reminding myself that so far I've used exactly zero recipes out of my last 3 purchases.
PS. I did enjoy the part where he mentions stone-milling and fetishism in the same sentence.
Yes, how many "recipes" in a bread book or cookbook do we ever actually use? Even in a book you like and treasure I bet it's seldom more than 25%.
It's tempting to get the Kindle version because they are often a lot cheaper, but I got "The Handmade Loaf" in Kindle when it was on offer and it's just about impossible to follow. Recipe books definitely need real pages.