103Re: [cooking_rumpolt] German bread recipes
- Sep 7, 2007There's a Bread Museum at Ulm.
Someone might write and ask if they know of any pre 1700 recipes for
breads. I suspect they may been first published in the 18th century myself.
That's just a guess though.
Huette von Ahrens wrote:
> As for period German bread recipes, I don't know of any, but there are
> so many period German
> cookbooks that haven't been translated yet, that I can't say that
> there are none. However,
> medieval Germany had a Baker's Guild that was very strong and it is
> possible that all the old
> recipes were never written down, but passed on from generation to
> generation by word of mouth and
> by teaching.
> --- ranvaig@... <mailto:ranvaig%40columbus.rr.com> wrote:
> > Are there any German period bread recipes? I'd like both a white
> bread and a rye bread.
> > Ranvaig
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