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bread

A comestible made from flour or meal by moistening, kneading into dough and baking.
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In Jerusalem, when I lived there, spring cleaning took on a religious and historical significance: The neighbors cleaned out the house from top to bottom in anticipation of Passover (in remembrance of the Israelis' flight from Egypt), to make sure not even a scrap of leavened bread remained.
Made from a soft pita (a flat, hollow, slightly leavened bread which can be split open to hold a filling) and chocolate shavings, this new concept of shawarma is a big hit.
Chapatti is flat unleavened baked product which is prepared from whole wheat flour and staple food for the people of Subcontinent while leavened bread is staple food in the western world.
Wheat contains a protein, gluten, which when mixed with water and worked by mechanical action, forms an elastic dough, which consequently imparts to leavened bread its unique and much-desired texture.
They use stoneground flour from small independent mills to make slow leavened bread. Their sourdough is scrumptious.
Starters were chana puri (PS2.50), chick peas cooked in a rich sauce with mixed herbs and spices, tomato and coriander served with deep leavened bread; king prawn puri (PS3.95); lamb tikka (PS2.95) lamb pieces marinated in a tandoori sauce, herbs and spices and then cooked in a clay oven; machlee tikka (PS3.95) which is chunks of cod fish marinated in a special yoghurt sauce then barbecued in a tandoori clay oven.
For leavened bread, the holes are made by carbon dioxide (C[O.sub.2]) production from yeast.
Leavened bread is used at the services (the rubrics call for five loaves from which the priest will cut) and communion is always under both species.
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.
The ruling, issued during the Passover holiday, said that the prisoners were permitted to eat chametz (leavened bread) for survival.
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.