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Facts Wheat and barley were two of the earliest plants to be cultivated. Flatbreads were popular with the Egyptians. Romans: A family's social and economic status could be determined by the bread they ate. White: high status Whole-wheat: low status
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Raw Materials 3 main ingredients: Grain, water, baker’s yeast Grain has three parts: bran (outer layer), germ (reproductive system), and the endosperm (inner core). Whole-wheat bread and rye consists of all three parts. White bread only has the endosperm Most of the nutrients are in the bran and germ.
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How bread is made -Grain mill: The harvested grain is grinded and then sold to bakeries -The bakery: 1. In the mixer, yeast and water are added to the flour. Other ingredients are added such as salt, sugar, gluten, and honey.
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The growth of yeast produces gas bubbles (CO 2 ), which makes the bread rise. In a factory it takes about three hours to ferment the yeast. 2. The mixer then kneads the dough for
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