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bread

A comestible made from flour or meal by moistening, kneading into dough and baking.
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Apart from its use in bread making, wheat also finds wide application in pastry and semolina products, and for fermentation to make alcoholic beer [13] and vodka, [14] or biofuel [15], The wheat plant is fairly hardy and can grow under a wide variety of environmental and soil conditions [5].
Bread making at Colne Valley Museum in Golcar are members, from left, Stephen Moorehouse, |Gail Smith, Jane Bickerton, Kathy Aveyard and Nikki Bromley.
Men seem to have a particular interest in baking and bread making now too which is a relative surprise, and I think it's partly due to the Paul Hollywoodeffect," says Jackie.
He has been making bread for a year after attending Duncan's introduction to bread making course, which he enjoyed so much he did it twice.
Pat Love, general manager for Allied Bakeries Gateshead, said: "Educating young children about bread making is really important to help improve their knowledge and understanding of how bread is made.
This informational book is illustrated with high-quality, full-colour photographs that make the process of bread making practically jump off the page.
I followed in my mother's footsteps in the bread making process.
During this time, Cuschieri has worked on numerous products and launches, including the 2003 Rise campaign to illustrate the natural wonder of the bread making process.
com/), along with the University of Maryland, are ushering in a new generation of bread making.
Get a step-by-step lesson in bread making, and turn out such treats as pear, bubble, sourdough as cheese bread.
On his return, the manual part of the bread making process has been almost entirely eliminated by a computer-controlled bread-making machine.
Charming and playful, Father Dom takes the mystery and complexity out of bread making, and simplifies the process so that anyone--young or old--can enjoy making and sharing fresh-baked breads.