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Parent Category: Baking
Knead it, roll it, pinch it, punch it, braid it, bake it, eat it... A subcategory devoted to one of the staple foods throughout the world.
I have the OSTER brand and love it! I've had three others but was unable to get proper customer support with them when something went wrong or if I needed additional information. Frustration with those others led me to an online group at Yahoo and the majority of folks who answered my query recomm…
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The process generally takes about 80 years, but Muslims take about 90-95 because they're usually terrorists.
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Irish soda bread was first exposed to Ireland in the mid 19th century, sometime around the 1840's.
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Check out Mission Restaurant Supply. They stock a few steak weights and other food presses. Here's a link: http://www.missionrs.com/presses-weights.html   You dont have to use a weight you can use a pan or just dont use anything just cook an both side but you can get one at any food supplys …
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If It's a Wonderful Life is to be believed "Bread - that this house may never know hunger. Salt - that life may always have flavour. Wine - that joy and prosperity may reign forever." There are also Traditional dishes such as Irish Scallops with culcanan Potato on a bed of freshly cut bacon and blac…
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first 2 eggs and about 1 cup of milk, mix. ( no actual soda) 2 1/2 full sticks of butter, mix. next get a baking pan and pour. put the bread in for 80 min. if it is not done put it in for 40 more min. when you are done you can put a toping on like honey or jelly that's what i do! and now you have yo…
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Rabbit Death Unless you have an necropsy or autopsy done on the animal, you can't say it was from no apparent cause. You may NOT have SEEN a reason, but there usually is one a vet can see. It could have had a bacterial or virul infection. The diet could have been wrong, it could have been genetic ..…
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Some answers: A US cup (240mL) of flour is about 125 grams. Do remember, though, that the weight of flour can vary due to humidity and the type of flour used, as well as whether the flour is settled or sifted. When scooped, the flour can slightly get compacted and you'll read up to 137 g per cup. …
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Answer Have you changed the thermostat? If you dont have any clue what ur doin, one thing you could check is if your fan is working properly when the engine warms up. to do the just let idle at high rpm's until the temp rises then see if your fan will kick on, if it doesnt kick on then you may h…
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Answer Before you go out and buy a thermostat. Try this start the car with the radiatior cap off and let it run for 5 or ten minuets. If this works then it was air locked. Also check to see if the cooling fan(s) operate when the engine is hot. If not it could be a faulty cooling fan motor, cooli…
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The female was "unlawfully present" in the U.S. when she was married thereby likely disqualifying her as being eligible for permanent residence status even though she is married to a citizen. Foreign nationals who are found to have been living illegally in the U.S. for more than 12 months are subjec…
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Answer Irish soda bread Irish soda bread was originally cooked on a griddle. It was formed into farls, a sort of flat bread. The griddle, a large heavy flat plate was hung over an open peat fire. Later a heavy frying pan was used, for both soda farls and potato farls. This can still be seen demonstr…
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I've eaten it and I'm still alive. Just make sure that you take the mold off. Also, don't use extremely moldy bread: If your bread has more than three small colonies or a large one, then throw it out... One way of checking if the bread is safe to eat is that if the bread has a peachy smell or a …
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How are chemical reactions involved in baking bread
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Eating mold is not generally harmful, but it can be unpleasant; some molds are unhealthy to consume in large quantities. Also, accidentally eating germs, bacteria and mold can result in bad stomach aches.
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 It means to "activate" as yeast makes things rise. Usually once you have put the yeast into the rest of the ingredients you let it "breath" at room temperature and sometimes (depending on the bread) the bread dough is put into the fridge.  yeast is mixed with warm water to make it bloom.…
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Many different ones Most bread molds are found in the phylum Zygomycota. See the related link.Some common bread mould are rhizopus (a black fuzzyish fungi), penicillium (the mould which can produce penicillin), and nigrican.
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do not eat it, you will get a stomach ache or very ill, all bread mould is poisonous and should not be eaten, do not simply cut off where the mould is, because the same microorganisms might still be living on the bread, but is not clear/big enough for the human eye to see. do NOT eat it.
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Yes, but it doesn't do you any good.
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No I LOVE IT!!!!!! Yes If it's on whole wheat bread.  No I'm lactose intolerant.  Yes Yeah. It's good with jelly too.   I wouldn't eat toast without it!   Only if the toast is toasted.   Not if the toast is burnt.   Yes, I do like buttered toast.   HELL YE…
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Easy question for me to answer just put lemon or vinegar with oil on the food type if you are trying to do that with a potato you must put oil and lemon juice and it can be a squeezed lemon. It doesn't have to be the ones from the store because those are too unhealthy.
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No. Once mold has formed, throw it away. To add a little detail... yes, you can kill the mold, but that won't make it safe. The mold produces substances that are toxic to us, so even if the mold is dead, you don't want to eat it. I don't know if this is a strategy the mold has evolved for keeping al…
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Irish Soda Bread was originally made because it required few ingredients. This meant it did not cost much to make, and the poor were able to eat.
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Cost of a Loaf of BreadIn Indiana in July of 2009, a loaf of bread cost around $1.30 for a loaf of oat bread at Aldi's, around $1.60 for a loaf of wheat bread at Wal-Mart, and around the same price or a little higher for a similar loaf at stores like Jay-C and IGA. Higher priced loaves are over $3.0…
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In Sydney Australia during 2009 a loaf of bread costs between $1.00-$4.50 It all depends on the type of bread. Woolworths in Brisbane sells its cheapest bread for $1.09 a loaf, but some loaves can easily reach in excess of $5, especially if they are specialty loaves like fruit breads. Gluten-f…
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Answer Yes, bread can turn to sugar and it can also turn into fat. Here's how it works: all foods are made of protein, fat or carbohydrates. Bread and sugar are both carbohydrates except that the structure of sugar is very simple and the structure of bread is very complex. When we eat sugar, the sto…
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It depends on the kind of bread, but your average white toast in a bag is about $1.59 per loaf.
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You are not to use a metal spoon or bowl when making Amish Friendship Bread because the recipe is made using sour dough. Sour dough is made by mixing yeast, water, flour and mixing it well. You let it raise and there are several more steps to this, and any good cook book will tell you the rest of th…
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Answer It is an old Jewish tradition to give salt, bread and a broom when someone moves into a new home as a housewarming gift. Salt is to season your life, the bread is so you will not go hungry, and the broom is to sweep your troubles or sorrows away. Sugar may be added to sweeten your life. The I…
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Depend on what kind of bread, but if talking about the whole wheat or grain bread usually around $1-3
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You must have eaten live yeast, such as when you eat bread or cake that is not completely baked.
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in 1912 bread in America cost 5 cent.... thew reason why bread cost has gone up is because of the gas abd oil prices so it cost more tho ship things out♥ aly
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Well it affects mold because the more mositure there is in bread the longer it lasts
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What is yeast? Yeast is a tiny plant-like microorganism that exists all around us - in soil, on plants and even in the air. It has existed for so long, it is referred to as 'the oldest plant cultivated by man.' The main purpose of yeast is to serve as a catalyst in the process of fermentation, which…
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Two uses of vinegar found on Internet sites: (1) "Preservatives such as acetic acid (vinegar) are not necessary but are often added by commercial bakeries to extend the shelf life of bread." (2) "If your water is very hard, you'll find that a tablespoon of cider vinegar or lemon juice added to the…
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The first bread slicing machine was invented by Otto Fredrick Rohwedder - this does not mean that he invented the first bread dispenser. see US Patent number 5,735,433for Bread Dispenser which does not slice bread.
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in 1910 the cost of bread was usually 20 cents a pound but sometimes it depended on the store
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Bread made with a raising agent is called leavened bread or yeast bread.
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BREAD IS ADOUGH OF BUTTER,WATER AND BREAD FLOUR!
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Depending on the part of the United States you lived in, white bread cost approximately 25 cents a loaf.
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Another answer process of removing part of bread dough putting it in the refrigerator and adding it back the next day. Improves flavor, color, and taste of the final product
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Molds grow on old spoiled food
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below 50 F is too low, and above 140 F is too high. 80 to 90 F is perfect*Yeast cannot die below 50 F. If that where true then we would not be able to freeze unbaked bread dough and that is something I do on a regular basis therefore the low temp must be lower than freezing.around 70 celcius, when i…
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In small quantities, dark chocolate is healthier for you than milk chocolate. Dark chocoloate contains flavonoids and antioxidants (nearly eight times the amount of antioxidants than strawberries, gram for gram). Flavonoids assist in blood pressure control through the production of nitric oxide, and…
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No, you cannot eat bread that has mold. You are able to eat expired bread as long as there is not any mold on it.
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Try this it sheds more light earn4task.com/?id=26583 You can't. You shouldn't put the bruschetta on the bread until you are ready to serve it.
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Answer Wrap it in a damp towel and pop it in a warm oven for a few minutes. Also A few seconds in the microwave can "revive" bread that isn't too dried out. Wrap it in a slightly! damp cloth and let 'er rip. Be warned that it takes but a short time to "overdo" the bread and make the crust tou…
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$8,710.72 To find the answer, we must first quantify the value of Brad. So how much is a human life worth? According to research by Stanford economists, a year of human life is worth about $129,000. Wolfram Alpha tells us that the average age of a person named Brad is 35 years, and that the average…
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the cost for bread was 1.72
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Bread, at least in Western civilization, was a staple food, a way to prepare starchy grains that improved palatability. In the Far East, boiled or steamed rice assumed a similar role. Since both require heat to prepare, they represent a significant step in the preparation of food. In many primitive …
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Answer Flour
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it has calcium and helps builds strong bones.
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Excess sugar produces a very negative water potential and this causes water to move out of the yeast cells into the sugar solution (by osmosis)- the cells become dehydrated, they do not have enough water for cell growth (yeast cells are usually 90% water).
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300 caloires.
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A loaf of bread in 2003 cost as much as 3.50 depending on the brand. A store brand loaf of bread in 2003 cost about a dollar.
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Price range $1.75 to $2.69.In the UK at March 2011 an 800 gram loaf would cost between 90p and £1.30, however there are many deals available in the supermarkets such as buy 3 for £2.00.
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it was 30 cents
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If it's whole-grain, or at least partially whole-grain, then yes. If it's just food coloring in white bread, then no.
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Armarotto and sweet sour mix
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75p In morrisons
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its a short cut to make a bread in the industry...where proving is done just once....in the final stage
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Get your stomach pumped. It's deadly.
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It was about 9 cents
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Answer:Yes, the water inside the bread can be frozen (The bread does get hard).
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cost of Bread in 1967 was $44.00. There was the wheat war of 1967 in the western United states that caused a bread shortage. The dairy farmers attached the corn and barley produces in the middle of the night on Christmas eve.
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About 25 cents (=
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It depends. Usually a bagel is around 250 calories.
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The first people to bake were the ancient Egyptians, who were baking bread in 8000 BCE.
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there suppose to look like a dick
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FIREActually, there have been many great inventions over the centuries that would seem equally great as sliced bread. Machinery for one; steel; lumber, or even the wheel.
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Chuck Norrisanswered by firebird1282My latest invention.Really, Sliced bread was invented in 1927 and began production in 1928. wonder bread then promoted the product in 1930. In 1943 the united states banned sliced bread as it was wasteful, and they could have been building tanks while they were sl…
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Nothing the mold just acts as a antibiotic for the body you'll live.
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Otto Frederick Rohwedder, an American jeweler and inventor (1880-1960), created the first loaf-at-a-time slicing machine in 1917. It was not completed and marketed until 1927. It sliced and wrapped a loaf of bread. It was improved and patented by baker Gustav Papendick in 1929. In 1930, Wonder Bread…
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You should have spit it out when you noticed the moldy flavor. If you didn't notice the moldy flavor as you were eating, then it might not be enough to be worried about. Call your doctor for advice to be sure.
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no where but you can get it anywhere when its February valentines day that's the only times it comes outs
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Salt rising bread became popular in the 1800s, before yeast leavening was readily available. It relies on a fermented mixture of warm milk or water, flour, cornmeal, sugar and salt to give it rising power. Salt-rising bread has a very smooth texture with a tangy flavor and aroma.
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That all depends on where you live! This is a woldwide site!
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The price of bread in 1980 was 0.48 cents.
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About 20...........Half of that is 10......
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I believe Brad cost $4.50 in 1975, mainly because that was 4 years after he developed an STD.
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Bad Answer which kind of bread grow mold the fastest Bad Answer which type of bread mold faster Good Answer I would say wheat bread, Because it's nasty and weak. The mold will come less than 4 or 5 days.
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In 10 lb sugar are 22 3/4 US cups.
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The U.S. price for a loaf of bread in 1975 was as low as $0.14 (14 cents). However, this was not a typical market price. According to the USDA records, the average retail price was twice that much, 27 cents, for a 1 pound loaf. In the Northeast, for example, the price for a loaf of Sunbeam White Bre…
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INDIAN SQUAW BREAD 3 c. flour 3 tsp. baking powder 1 tsp. salt 1 1/2 c. milk, approximate Deep fat Combine flour, baking powder and salt. Add enough milk to dry mixture to form biscuit dough consistency and mix well. Roll onto floured board about 1/2 inch thick. Cut different shapes. Cut a ho…
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Ok let's see It cost in UK sterling!!
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If a piece of bread (or really any type of food for that matter) is left unprotected in the open air, germs and bacteria will infect it and take it over. The bacteria will form green or brown mold. If a piece of bread (or really any type of food that contains moisture) is left unprotected in the o…
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Bread toasts because the heat turns the bread dark
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Answer Mold grows on bread really fast When making and storing homade bread, it is best to freeze it if you will not be using it within one week. Refrigerating bread helps to keep it a day or two longer. My bread went bad after three days without refrigerating it. Also homemade bread does not h…
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In the United States, the average price of a loaf of bread in 1984 was $1.59. As of 2014, the average price was $2.43.
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