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Arrange interviews, print media, or television, please contact our publicist John Karle at john.karle@stmartins.com.

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  1. Hi! Love your recipes and have been making bread every single day. If I were to bake ten loaves at a time, do you have a recommended length and temperature? Thanks so much!

  2. Congratulations on your book Gluten Free Bread in Five Minutes a Day, I’m trying to make bread of this type, on page 64 I used instant yeast, 1%, is that correct?
    Thanks for your reply.

  3. Hello,

    I bought your Gluten Free Artisan Bread book and am making wonderful breads. My favorite so far after making the basic recipe is the 100% whole grain with buckwheat. I so appreciate your guidance in making these tasty breads; they are definitely better than anything store bought. One quick question, I always make the loaf version rather than the boule because I love open faced sandwiches. The initial loaf recipe calls for 2 pounds of dough and I’ve continued to use that amount for the whole grain breads. It makes a great loaf. Is that the right amount?

    Thanks for writing such a great book!

    1. Kay:

      Sure– but the question is whether you’re satisfied with the size of the slices–too small? Use more? Too large? Use less.

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