Healthy Bread in Five Minutes a Day Cookbook {giveaway}

Healthy Bread in Five Minutes a Day
We know that more than one of you mentioned baking bread at home as a New Year’s Resolution, so to help you with that, we’re giving away a copy of Healthy Bread in Five Minutes a Day again…

We’ve given away a copy of Healthy Bread in Five Minutes a Day before. The cookbook is the happy, healthy follow-up to the best-selling Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day. You know. That book that basically revolutionized bread baking because it made it possible to bake bread at home in, no joke, five minutes a day? And was all over food bloggers’ kitchens and thus, TasteSpotting when the book came out?!

In this follow-up cookbook, nothing good is taken away to make their breads healthy. Rather, Jeff Hertzberg and Zoe Francis (a blogger who contributes to TasteSpotting!) add things like whole grains and other healthy ingredients.

And yes, in case you didn’t know, doughnuts are healthy! There is a recipe for Indian-Spiced Doughnuts in the book.

To Enter This Giveaway:

  1. Leave a comment on this post with your favorite type of bread. Don’t worry if you don’t like bread or can’t eat bread. This is a random drawing so it doesn’t matter what you say. Just make something up. Us? We love all of the different kinds of Indian flatbreads (and there’s a recipe for a baked paratha in the book!)
  2. Make sure to enter your email address in the box provided so we can contact you
  3. Share this giveaway post with your friends on facebook and twitter! (not required, but we’d love the help!)

You have until Friday January 13, 2011 at 5 PM PST to comment. Everyone is welcome to comment to enter, but we can only ship this stuff in the U.S. (So if you’re outside the US and win, you just need to provide us with a US mailing address to send!)

Good luck!

Make sure to enter the other giveaways that are currently in progress: the Clean Start cookbook (until 5 pm PST today), and Ancient Grains for Modern Meals cookbook (until 5 PM PST Friday).

by Sarah J. Gim on January 11, 2012 · 434 comments

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