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To take with me probably rules out fiction for me. Instead, I’d go for classics that inspire: Meditations (Aurelius), Essays (Montaigne). And of course, always keep a copy of The Art of Fermentation by Sander Katz and Bread by Jeffrey Hamelman, my personal bread baking bible. Perhaps also Drawing at the Right Side of the Brain by Betty Edwards in case one gets bored.

In any case, avoid all books on programming or computer science—they only drag you down!

I'm Wouter Groeneveld, a Brain Baker, and I love the smell of freshly baked thoughts (and bread) in the morning. I sometimes convince others to bake their brain (and bread) too.

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