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The 7 Best Sourdough Books

 

There are many ways to get into sourdough baking, but one of the best ways is by reading one (or all) of these three great books on the subject.

1. "The Sourdough Companion: A Comprehensive Guide" by Charles Van Over

This book is considered the bible of sourdough baking, and for good reason. It covers everything from the history of sourdough bread to tips on how to get the perfect rise out of your dough. If you're serious about sourdough baking, this is the book for you.

 

2. "Sourdough: A Tradition worth Reviving" by Mary Ann Cone

This book is a great introduction to sourdough baking, and covers all the basics of getting started. From starters to recipes, this book will have you baking delicious sourdough bread in no time.

 

3. "The New Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day: The Discovery That Revolutionized Home Baking" by Jeff Hertzberg and Zoe Franciosi

 

This book is a game-changer for anyone who loves bread but doesn't have the time to bake it from scratch. The authors' revolutionary "no-knead" method yields perfect results with minimal effort, and the book is packed with delicious recipes to try.

 

4. "The Sourdough School: Lessons in Traditional Bread Baking" by Rachel de Thample

If you're looking to really delve into the world of sourdough, this book is for you. It covers everything from starters to shaping and baking, and includes a wide range of recipes to try out. Whether you're a beginner or a seasoned pro, you'll find something new to learn.

 

5. "Wild Yeast: A Practical Guide to Fermentation" by Sandor Katz

This book is a must-read for anyone interested in fermentation, and includes a section on sourdough bread. In addition to recipes, the book covers the science behind fermentation, and will teach you everything you need.

 

6. "The Art of Sourdough Bread" by Alan Scott

This book was written by the same authors as "Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day" (see above), but with a focus on sourdough bread. If you want to learn how to make sourdough bread using the "5 minutes a day" method, this is the book for you.

 

7. "Tartine Bread" by Chad Robertson

If you're looking for a more traditional approach to sourdough bread, look no further than Chad Robertson's "Tartine Bread." This book covers everything from starters to shaping to baking, and is considered one of the best sourdough bread books out there.