Rachel's Blog: Chorleywood Bread Process

Wed, 05 May 2004

(I just think Chorleywood is a neat word.)
The Guardian has an edited extract from Felicity Lawrence's book Not on the Label. It's a fascinating read, this section on bread, in much the same way as Ruth Ozecki's My Year of Meat was good for cattle farmers.
Now I want to know what ingredients are really in the bread pre-mix I'm currently using to bake a loaf of wholemeal. Or do I? (via Bookslut)

Comment by h on Thu, 17 Mar 2005

sokay,i live in Chorleywood u.k, fame for the process,the F.M.B.R.A,
which is no longer there, made the process,
also chorleywood,the place where William Penn,founder of Pennsylvania,stayed untill moving to the America's,
he married his wife in Rickmansworth,
which is a short hop from Chorleywood,
dada!! boring i know ,but there ya are.

Comment by sonia on Wed, 07 Dec 2005

hi there, just wondering, do you have a recipe for lemon,lime and bitters? Just can't find it anywhere! thanks....
sonia

Comment by ciara on Tue, 07 Mar 2006

look, i live in chorley wood and i really need to know what the chorleywood bread method is because i need to study it for tech home work!!
what is it?????