H. E. Jacob - Six Thousand Years of Bread (2nd Hand Paperback)
- Format : Slightly Larger 2nd Hand Paperback.
- Condition : Good
- Category : Non-Fiction - Cookbooks, Food & Drink
- Published : 1997 (The Cooks Classic Library)
- ISBN : 9781558215757
- SKU : B001328
- PPC : SP540gm
- Quantity Available : 1 only.
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Yeast, water, flour, and heat. How could this simple mixture have been the cause of war and plague, celebration and victory, supernatural vision and more?
In this remarkable and all-encompassing volume, H. E. Jacob takes us through six thousand dynamic years of bread's role in politics, religion, technology, and beyond. Who were the first bakers? Why were bakers distrusted during the Middle ages? How did bread cause Napoleon's defeat? Why were people buried with bread?
Six Thousand Years of Bread has the answers.
Jacob follows the story from its beginning in ancient Egypt and continues through to modern times. The poignant and inspiring conclusion of the book relays the author's experiences in a Nazi concentration camp, subsisting on bread made of sawdust.
6" x 9", 416 pages, illustrations.
"This book was a delight. I read it slowly to prolong the enjoyment. Politics, economics, warfare, religion, all vastly influenced by bread." - Goodreads Review.
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