- BANFIELD Walter T.
- Maclaren & Sons
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Preface to the second edition.
Index to illustrations.
I. – The baker’s craft.
II. – The cereals.
III. – The wheat-lands of the world.
IV. – An outline of milling.
V. – The composition of flour.
VI. – The attributes of flour.
VII. – The nature and properties of meals.
VIII. – Water.
IX. – Functions of common salt in bread-making.
X. – Yeasts.
XI. – Aering raw materials.
XII. – General examination of bread.
XIII. – Bread improvers-Malt.
XIV. – Fatty substances.
XV. – Milk and its by-products.
XVI. – Sugars ans syrups.
XVII. – Eggs – germ – lecithin,etc.
XVIII. – Mineral improvers.
XIX. – The bakery.
XX. – Storage.
XXI. – Sundry equipment.
XXII. – Mechanical handling.
XXIII. – Ovens.
XXIV. – Dough.
XXV. – Ripeness.
XXVI. – Processes – straight doughs
XXVII. – Very short straight-dough fermentation.
XXVIII. – Normal straight doughs.
XXIX. – Barm, sponge, and ferment process.
XXX. – A modern commercial process.
XXXI. – Unorthodox bread-making systems.
XXXII. – Dough handling and moulding.
XXXIII. – White, tin types.
XXXIV. -Types of one-piece, crusty loaves.
XXXV. – Built-up and crumby types.
XXXVI. – Milk breads.
XXXVII. – Vienna bread and rolls.
XXXVIII. – Flat-cake types of bread.
XXXIX. – Fermented brown breads.
XL. – Chemically aerated breads.
XLI. – Fruit breads.
XLII. – Speciality tea breads.
XLIII. – Fermented small goods.
XLIV. – Plaiting and uncommon breads.
XLV. – Dietetic bread.
XLVI. – Fermented hot-plate goods.
XLVII. – The manufacture of prize breads.
XLVIII. – Novelty breads.
XLIX. – Causes of specific fault.
L. – Insects and pests in the bakery.
LI. – Simple bakehouse tests.
LII. – The trend of modern bread research.