Potter's House

The difference is in the flavor and the texture, both of which — but particularly the texture — come from the long, slow simmering of bones. Homemade has it. Store-bought doesn’

This undated image provided by Ten Speed Press via Penguin Random House shows the cover of "Bread Revolution" by Peter Reinhart. The book dives into the rising trends of sprouted and whole grains, as well as heirloom flours. (AP Photo/Ten Speed Press via Penguin Random House, Paige Green)

In his latest book, “Bread Revolution,” Reinhart — a faculty member at Johnson and Wales University in Charlotte, North Carolina, and recipient of four James Beard awards — has taken a deep dive into sprouted and heirloom grains, walking readers through the challenges and rewards of working with these increasingly popular flours and grains.


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