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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].
The restaurant was transformed into a series of workshops focusing on four areas - bread making, military tactics, scullery skills including the plucking of chickens and geese, and herbal medicine.
Bread making at Colne Valley Museum in Golcar are members, from left, Stephen Moorehouse, |Gail Smith, Jane Bickerton, Kathy Aveyard and Nikki Bromley.
It's believed that programmes featuring celebrity bread makers like Paul Hollywood and The Baker Boys have helped bolster interest in bread making, particularly in men.
"One lady, for example, told me that her husband had preferred to watch a bread making programme rather then the Champions League.
Lucy O'Brien, assistant buyer for small electrical appliances at John Lewis, said: "Sales of bread makers are up 132 per cent at John Lewis, with bread making accessories up 60 per cent year on year.
Have ready a pudding basin and dip the bread in the juices and line the basin with the bread making sure that you overlap the edges.
Five workers from Allied Bakeries Gateshead gave youngsters at the Busy Bears Nursery in Durham a bread making workshop.
Gluten plays a celebrated role in bread making. A "gluten network" gives bread its structure and makes the dough elastic enough to rise.
Control bread making: Control bread was prepared using all types of flours with vital gluten and starch according to Dogan et al.
Children's books about bread and bread making are excellent tools for helping children examine bread and its multicultural connection.