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Spelt by Roger Saul

Spelt by Roger Saul

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Roger Saul dispells the myth that British Spelt is only useful for bread thorugh his book, Spelt, which demonstrates recipes for spelt-based cakes, pastries, breads, tarts and biscuits. Full of clear recipes and excellent photography, there are many recipes to try.

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    The Sharpham Park Estate mills a range of organic spelt products including high-quality flours and now, the park's owner and founder of Mulberry, the designer label company, has written a book celebrating Spelt and how to get the most from it.

    Roger Saul, champion of British spelt, has penned a sensational cookery book devoted to the wonder grain-of-the-moment. Simply called `Spelt' the book is full of mouth-watering recipes to bring out the very best in the wholesome and delicious grain.

    The unique collection of homely recipes found in ‘Spelt’ includes a host of ideas certain to become new family favourites, inspired by Roger’s own most cherished family meals. Also featured is a selection of spelt dishes from friends of Sharpham Park including Mark Hix, Signe Johansen and Amanda Hamilton.

    There are some delicious bread recipes included in the book, as well as useful baking tips. From a basic farmhouse loaf to Sourdough, Ciabbatta, English Muffins, Foccacia and Sweet Breads as well as cakes, crumbly pastries, tarts and biscuits.

    We've a White Spelt loaf recipe from the book for you to try here.

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    Pack Size Case 1320
    In Depth Spelt by Roger Saul. ISBN 9781848992290 RRP Price: £16.99 Publication date 2 April 2015 Publisher Watkins Media Imprint Nourish Books Pages 176 dimensions 198mm (w) x251mm(h) x 22mm (d) Hard Back.
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    Manufacturer Sharpham Park
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