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For the love of bread

Phimrak 'Tle' Chaikul on books that inspire her baking

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'Carb slave" is one easy way to describe Phimrak "Tle" Chaikul. The fresh-out-of-the-oven author of Let Me Eat Bread reckons the reason she loves bread so much is probably because she hasn't come across bad-tasting bread, yet. 

Bread's versatility has made it a constant in her life and she isn't too sure herself whether her childhood obsession with Anpanman, a Japanese superhero resembling a bun, is because the character looks cute or tasty.

When Bun Books came across her Instagram, which was filled with mouth-watering pictures of bread menus, a book deal easily fell into place, as Phimrak used to work as a writer. A cute and delicious read, this recently released cookbook features 30 easy recipes for modern women who are pressed for time — some taking only five minutes — but still want an extra special kick in their sandwiches, burgers, toast, tacos or whatever carb base possible.

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