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bread

A comestible made from flour or meal by moistening, kneading into dough and baking.
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Instead of using potato flour in bread making, it was proposed to add a mixture of 'cotton seed flour' to the bread manufacturing process.
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.
Five workers from Allied Bakeries Gateshead gave youngsters at the Busy Bears Nursery in Durham a bread making workshop.
Many of the steps in bread making are about creating this network.
Spread and microwave-oven baking test for bread making quality.
Children's books about bread and bread making are excellent tools for helping children examine bread and its multicultural connection.
I am trying to explain to the Bedouin that it would be a great idea to have a hiking experience that allows the customer to practice Bedouin culture; like bread making or how to make a fire or learning how to control a camel.
This renaissance in baking and bread making has been influenced by the food media and celebrity chefs but also by a desire among young mums to feed their children wholesome, home made food.
As I was reading through, I got as far as the article about "lead bread," by Russ from Michigan, and I decided to write concerning bread making and baking.