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Fall 2009- Exploring Ancient Grains [PDF format]
Fall 2009 Addendum Ancient Grains Formulas [PDF format]
Spring 2009- The Baker has a Sweet Job: A Sugar Overview [PDF format]
Autumn/Winter 2008: Renewed Respect for Humble Buckwheat
Spring 2008: Sprouting for Health 
Fall 2007: Introduction to Pastry Dough 
Summer 2007: How to Develop a Formula, Part II
Winter 2007: How to Develop a Formula, Part I

Summer 2006: Exploring Chocolate Mousse 
Spring 2006: Preferments: Are They Over-rated? 
Fall 2005:  History of Baking: Rising Through the Ages 
Summer 2005: Welcome Summer: Fresh Fruit Mousse 
Spring 2005: Lamination: Layers Beyond Imagination 
Winter 2005: A Low Carb Diet = An Imbalanced Diet 
Fall 2004: Dough strength: Evaluation & Techniques 
Spring 2004: Let Them Eat Cake: Cake Mixing Essentials 
Winter 2004: The Final Bake: What's Going On? 
Fall 2003: Yeast: Facts Every Baker Should Know 
Spring 2003:Beware - OSHA is No Joke! 
Fall 2002: How Different Flours Perform 
Summer 2002: Salt: A Simple Ingredient with a Lot of Responsibility 
Spring 2002: An Artisan's Best Bread
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