The Encyclopedia Of High Altitude Baking
The Encyclopedia of High-Altitude Baking begins where other cookbooks fear to go. Written from the Colorado Rockies and the Pacific Northwest that honors the past traditions of the kitchens of America's baking heritage.
This cookbook/encyclopedia will educate and support the challenges of baking at all altitudes and shows you how to perfect baked goods for your elevation as well as teach you how to modify any recipe. With over thirty-six states requiring some adjustments to their sea-level recipes, this cookbook will benefit anyone, regardless of where they live.
Featuring over three hundred delicious historical and original recipes with measurements of seven elevations from sea level to ten thousand feet, including problem-solving charts! Part 2 is an extensive A–Z encyclopedia with fun facts and information that covers everything that affects baking at the highest elevations. The Encyclopedia of High-Altitude Baking represents a harvest of kitchen ingenuity and treasures from the crossroads of America.