Bob's Red Mill is known for the line of whole grain products (I particularly like their stone ground corn meal). If you ever wanted to know what to do with these products, then Bob's Red Mill Baking Book was the answer. It contains more than 400 recipes for whole grain yeast breads, muffins, sourdough, flatbreads, crackers, pies, and more. For those that have to eat a gluten free diet it also had many recipes to go along with their gluten free products they sell in stores. The book also covers the company history, information on whole grains, all the varieties of flour, and even some information on baking equipment. I highly recommend this book for anyone that is into whole grain baking or is looking to go that way. I have tried several of the recipes, and enjoy them all. The only trouble is that some of the ingredients may not be easy to find at a standard grocery store (a bulk food store would be a good place to look) and some can be quite pricey (especially if you have to go the gluten free route). But if you can find them and afford them, you have many flavorful baked treats coming your way.
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