Thecla Press Announces First-of-Its-Kind 'Encyclopedia of High Altitude Baking,' Packed with Solutions for Perfecting Recipes at Any Altitude A national bakebook from sea level to 10,000 ft.

CONIFER, Colo., Jan. 4, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Thecla Press today announces the release of The Encyclopedia of High Altitude Baking, the first cookbook of its kind to focus on altitude problems.

Unlike most cookbooks on the market which omit altitude information, it addresses the challenges that affect over 36 states.

A cookbook/baking encyclopedia-in-one, it offers current and historical information published nowhere else, with fail-safe solutions, regardless of where you live in the nation.

The book can be found on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/The-Encyclopedia-High-Altitude-Baking/dp/0615544096

Contact:

Ursula Mohr
Author
Thecla Press
303.253.0112
mscholita@gmail.com
www.altitudebaking.com

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SOURCE Thecla Press



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