It has been a while since I picked a recipe book to scan through. I own a bread machine that I only used for the same standard function that worked. I have made pizza dough more often than actual bread, if I actually think about it.
This is a very well placed collection. The information is laid out in a way that keeps you interested and simple enough to think it can be done. I am yet to try any of the recipes since my bread machine is currently in storage but I intend to try something (someday). The name is a misnomer though because quite a few of them need something outside of the standard machine’s capacity. In a sense, it begins there but then is modelled by hand and put into an oven. I do not know how I thought it would be otherwise given the shape of a standard machine, but I did think it might all be done with the machine. That is on me! These digital review copies come with a life and you have to finish them before they vanish, hence the review despite not having attempted the actual recipes.
I would recommend this to anyone who wanted to put their machines to more use. I received an ARC thanks to NetGalley and the publishers but the review is entirely based on my own perusing experience and my slight acquaintance with bread baking in a machine.