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bread

A comestible made from flour or meal by moistening, kneading into dough and baking.
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Britain's farming industry produces more than 22 million tons of grain each year, but Caroline Spelman, the minister behind the department is unaware about the price of a loaf of bread.
Nasr's piece, titled "At Death's Door," is a video of a loaf of bread shot from inside a stove, detailing the moment it's placed inside as dough till it's cooked and ultimately flattened.
Essentially, consumers were presented with a hypothetical purchasing option and asked to state how likely they would be to purchase this particular loaf of bread.
Why is it that in London you can hardly find a thinly sliced or medium-sliced loaf of bread and any sandwich in a supermarket is made with thick bread?
The price hikes will be the first in about 24 years for a full-sized loaf of bread and 17 years for sweet buns.
A dad making sandwiches for his daughter was shocked to discover a cocktail stick inside a loaf of bread.
The documentary aims to show us what our lives look like in material terms, by showing every loaf of bread and chicken we'll ever eat and every cup of tea we'll drink.
Fred Roggin checked into report that he'll have a ceremonial loaf of bread presentation during the telecast.
The UPS units are about the size of a loaf of bread and weigh approximately 26 lbs.
For most of us, buying a loaf of bread usually involves an expedition to the nearest supermarket.
All you have to do is cut out the voucher below and take it to your nearest Asda store tomorrow, June 23, and exchange it for your free white 800gm "tin" loaf of bread.
raised $48 for its Ukraine -- Bread Fees mission project by collecting offerings for seven months in a papier mache container shaped like a loaf of bread.