So I lent my Momofuku Milk book out to the baker girl at work, and after reading that she lent me her Tartine Bread book. I woke up at 3am this morning and started reading it. Halfway through the book I found myself on the 'bay and Amazon buying the Tartine set which includes not only the bread book but also his wifes pastry book for only $32 used shipping included from a used book salesman on Amazon. The 'bay yielded a find for a new Lodge pre-seasoned combo cooker for .08 cheaper than Amazon, plus Ill get .30 in eBay bucks, and I already had $9.96 in eBay bucks, so $20 for the cooker. I am getting pretty excited! $50 and Im on my way to making what looks like a fail proof very nice bread. Going to go and start my starter right now. Anyone try this method of baking yet? The place I work at is heavily influenced by Tartine bread, so I know what the finished product should look like. Super stoked!