The essence of baking is chemistry, and every person who wants to be a grasp pastry chef have to recognize the principles and technology that make baking work. This e-book explains the whys and hows of each chemical response, crucial ingredient, and approach, revealing the complex mysteries of bread loaves, pastries, and the entirety in among. Amongst other additions, how baking works, third edition includes an all-new chapter on baking for fitness and health, with certain records on the usage of whole grains, hypersensitivity-free baking, and reducing salt, sugar, and fat in a diffusion of baked goods.
This designated and informative guide features:
- An introduction to the major ingredient groups, which include sweeteners, fats, milk, and leavening retailers, and how each affects completed baked goods
- Realistic sports and experiments that vividly illustrate how distinct substances function
- Pix and illustrations that display the technology of baking at work
- Stop-of-bankruptcy dialogue and evaluate questions that strengthen key concepts and check studying
is a food scientist and associate professor at the International Baking and Pastry Institute in the College of Culinary Arts at Johnson & Wales University in Providence, Rhode Island. She has more than ten years of experience in product development and food science at The Pillsbury Company and Ocean Spray Cranberries, Inc.
This book is as it is discribed. I thought it would give more explaination of why certain things happen when baking. For example if you use cold ingredients like eggs in baking, your cake may bake with a dome in the middle. I didn't find any explainations such as this, only differences between ingredients such as AP Flour and Cake Flour. But not what would happen if you used one as opposed to the other. I was looking for a book that would help me to understand why certain things happen, like why my cake sometimes rises light and airy as opposed to not rising and being heavy. I guess more the results of the chemisty of baking .-A. Porter
I am a home baker and have been looking for something to teach me how individual ingredients work to create the whole. Sometimes it was a bit overwhelming, I wondered how I was ever able to bake anything successfully, but it all came together and I feel like I learned a lot. I appreciated that it was all about the science of baking and not full of recipes. I was a little disappointed that I wasn't really able to do many of the experiments, they called for too many different ingredients unavaillable to me or equipment I don't have at home. But overall I found it very helpful. I wish someone would write something similar for the home baker, dealing with the equipment and ingredients we have access to in the home kitchen, but not dumbed down like the other books I've found.-K. Morgan
Amazing book!!! This would be a great book for anyone who is a professional pastry chef or who is just really interested in baking. It is a thorough and scientific book about how baking works (obviously). But even better is that it has experiments that you do so that you are understanding the science of baking first hand and not just reading dry and boring facts. I really love this book! I recently graduated from pastry school and felt that I could use a better understanding of why certain things are done when baking products instead of the "because" I was sometimes told in school. This was a great supplement to my learning!. Just remember... this is a science book with "homework"/hands-on experiments that you need to complete.-Kristen. C
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