"Measure twice, cut once" is the philosophy of a great carpenter. Cinnamon Square's ethos is that measurement of weight, temperature and time will not only facilitate products of consistent quality but will also create a more confident and knowledgeable home baker too.There are no cups, spoons or fluid ounces in any of the recipes. Whether they require flour, baking powder, milk or vegetable oil, they are all weighed - including the eggs! So you will require a set of digital weighing scales when adopting Cinnamon Square's 'measured approach'. Cinnamon Square combines their 'measured approach' with 80 great recipes many of which are used in their baking school at Cinnamon Square. This book identifies each part of the baking process which, if not respected, will significantly affect the final outcome of your bakes. For example there is plenty to consider when kneading bread dough. Comprehensive answers are simply explained in this book to cover questions such as : - What is the best way to knead bread dough? - How long do you need it for? - How do I know when dough is fully kneaded? - Can I over or under knead?With forewords by actress and Celebrity MasterChef finalist Wendi Peters and renowned French chef and baker Richard Bertinet, Cinnamon Square is simple to follow and aimed at the home baker.
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A baker for 30 years, Paul is known not just for his craft skills but also for his passion for the science of baking. Paul has worked in the smallest of bakeries through to technical management and scientific research. In 2005 Paul set up multi award-winning Cinnamon Square Bakery in Rickmansworth, UK where he runs baking classes for adults and children. Paul has taught over 10,000 children in the first nine years. Paul has helped advise on the Great British Bake Off, written many baking articles and book contributions, appeared on BBC radio, Good Food Show, Food Inspectors, Britain's Best Bakery and online baking videos for Videojug.