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    I happened to fall upon a Readers Digest book last week which I recon is as good (and for me even better than the Hamelman book), titled:
    "A Loaf of Bread" ISBN 0 276 42347 X bu Gail Duff
    published in 1998, rrp £16.99 A4 hard cover 128pp
    "Bread in History, in the kitchen and on the table: recipes and traditions"

    Worth contacting your library and checking it out.
    I just did a Bookfinder.com search and she is a prolific writer on food books, in fact I just ordered another of her books
    "Bread: 150 Traditional Recipes from Around the World"
    I will report on it's arrival.

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