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  • n. The making of bread.


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bread +‎ making


  • - The third group finds its motivation in the intimacy and personal engagement that's implicit in breadmaking, which is not only about nourishing the people one cares about, but also the simple fact of getting one's hands covered with dough, experimenting with new flavors, and personalizing the process of transforming an assortment of disparate ingredients into a single exquisite experience.

    The Fresh Loaf

  • A huge brick oven is constructed in the main plaza and bakers from Cholula and neighboring towns give demonstrations of traditional Mexican breadmaking.

    Calendar of Mexican food festivals

  • Helena Puolakka cuts her buckwheat with plain flour, but Richard Bertinet uses strong white, usually reserved for breadmaking, instead – the higher gluten content helps the dough to rise, which gives a lighter final result.

    How to cook perfect blinis

  • With breadmaking, you punch and you punch and you punch, and then the people around you do not say, You horrible violent person!

    mrissa: Swedish rye this time.

  • I have always thought breadmaking was a difficult task but you made this look so easy.

    The Master Recipe: Boule (Artisan Free-Form Loaf)

  • In all other cases the in-store bakeries acted as a "tanning salon" where dough pre-baked in an industrial unit was finished, demanding twice the energy of conventional breadmaking.

    Can I buy bread and be green?

  • The recipes are divided into Sourdough Breads, French Breads, Enriched Breads and Rich Breads, and there is also a chapter that discusses the methods used in the book and breadmaking in general to start things off.

    Peter Reinhart’s Artisan Breads Every Day | Baking Bites

  • At that time, Ireland did not have a strong tradition of yeast breadmaking because, unlike many other European countries, the country did not produce much of the high-protein (hard wheat) flour necessary for making good yeast breads.

    What is Irish soda bread? | Baking Bites

  • These small town Belgians reminded me of my Spanish in-laws and the nonchalance of their gardening, canning, chickens, mother-dough breadmaking, etc.

    Kirsten Dirksen: America's Post-Fast Food Era and Europe's Old-Skoolers

  • The "Tassajara Bread Book" became a surprise hit, helping launch an artisan breadmaking craze.

    In our foodie culture, white bread is toast


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