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1 1 2 BREAD VEGETABLES CHEESE ONIONS/GARLIC EGGS MEAT CHEMICAL CHANGE 3 CO 2 4 Mark Bittman for the New York Times
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2 5 Recipe for Great Bread (no kneading needed) Take 4 cups ordinary flour (or bread flour) and stir in about half a teaspoon of instant yeast and 2 teaspoons of salt. Add 2 cups of water mixing with a rubber spatula or wooden spoon until the dough is reasonably uniform (~ 1 min). Place in a bowl and cover with a moist towel for 9 -15 hrs (whatever time is convenient for your schedule). Pre-heat the oven containing an enameled cast iron pot (with a lid) to 450 o F . Remove the raised dough to a floured board and shape as desired. Remove the hot pot from the oven and carefully drop dough into it (no oil). Cover and cook in the oven for 30 min. Remove cover and continue cooking for 20 min more. Remove bread to a cooling rack. Great stuff. 6 Le Creuset 7 C 6 H 12 O 6 CO 2 YEAST + ethanol 8 stomach acid or any other acid SODIUM BICARBONATE
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3 9 10 an acid 11 add sodium bicarbonate to keep the green color 12 N N O OR O OR O Mg chlorophyll
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