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bread

A comestible made from flour or meal by moistening, kneading into dough and baking.
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is the world's leading grain crop, whose importance is derived from the physical and chemical properties of the gluten, which make possible the production of leavened bread [12].
Washington, Feb 23 ( ANI ): Unlike conventionally leavened bread, Sourdough bread is said to resist mold.
This oldest form of leavened bread is enjoying a rise in popularity in kitchens, restaurants and bakeries, in celebration of its history and health qualities.
In Europe, the newly arrived yeast fused with a distant relative, the domesticated yeast used for millennia to make leavened bread and ferment wine and ale.
The first half of the book is an encyclopedia of preparing and baking naturally leavened bread.
From Jerusalem, correspondent Dina Kraft sends a dispatch on a lighter note: She introduces us to the Israeli Arab who each year buys all of the country's leavened bread products on the eve of Passover, only to find that the deal conveniently falls through when the holiday is over.
Variants range from Jubus (Jews influenced by Buddhism) to baalei teshuva (those raised secular who return to rigorous observance as adults), pins countless improvisers such as the fellow Ari Goldman described several years ago in his book Being Jewish, who observed the laws about avoiding leavened bread during Passover by taking a piece of matzah to baseball games and substituting it for the bun around his nonkosher hot dog.
Before the invention of baker's yeast, all leavened bread was created by first introducing a mother.
No leavened bread is allowed because according to tradition, when the Jews left Egypt they did so in such haste they could not wait for their bread to rise.
During the eight days of Passover, which began at sundown Saturday, observant Jews abstain from eating leavened bread.
Jewish religious law prohibits the consumption of leavened bread during Passover and stipulates that Jews must eat only unleavened bread known as matzah.
This is leavened bread baked with onions, garlic and green pepper with a touch of coriander.