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From the author of the bestselling Clean Cakes, trained patisserie chef Henrietta Inman, this beautifully-designed book presents over 80 baking recipes – sweet and savoury – using natural, wholesome and wholegrain ingredients; a lot of which we're able to supply!
Try Henrietta's recipe for Suffolk Spelt, Quinoa and Barley Loaf from the book.
Taking in every occasion from breakfast right through to supper and dessert, with plenty of joyous cakes, breads, brownies and biscuits along the way, it is full of unique bakes that are actually good for you. While some of the recipes are gluten-free, refined sugar-free and/or dairy-free, this book focuses on the natural goodness of the ingredients Henrietta chooses and offers a naturally healthier option to most baking books. Fresh produce, seasonal heritage fruit and vegetables will be given the chance to sing rather than being masked by too much sugar. The end results will taste amazing and do you good too!
'A book brimful of things I want to make. Henrietta is my kind of baker, creating cakes and bakes as nourishing as they are delicious. This how we want to bake now.'
Anna Jones, author of The Modern Cook's Year
'There are very few cookbooks that illustrate reliable methods of showcasing and elevating wholegrain flours as well as Henrietta's. Her recipes are inventive, elegant and truly flavourful.'
Amy Chaplin, author of At Home in the Whole Food Kitchen.
Pioneering Suffolk research farm Wakelyns was established in 1994 by our friend and mentor the late professor Martin Wolfe to test and develop agroforesty approaches that integrate annual crops (like lentils and cereals) with trees and other perennial plants.
Martin aimed to increase diversity in fields and between fields, an approach that increases overall yields and ensures the farm is better able to cope with climatic variability, pest and disease pressures and is less dependent on inputs, like fertiliser, from outside the farm.
The farm has four agroforestry silvo-arable systems; hazel coppice, willow coppice, a fruit and nut tree system and a mixed hardwood and fruit tree system. The trees are planted in rows or as production hedges running north/south with organic crops grown in rotation within the 10-12m wide alleys.
Published by the Organic Research Centre and Woodland Trust, this booklet offers a fascinating and inspiring insight into the development, practice and legacy of Wakelyns.View full product details