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2010-04-19 16:54:52
2010-04-19 16:54:52

No. Yeast makes bread rise; salt is just for flavor.


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Yeast makes bread rise.

CO2 produced by aerobic respiration make bread rise.

It help it rise they use yeast to make bread rise

yes yeast cells makes bread rise :)

They eat the oxygen and Fart to make it rise.

Yeast makes bread rise. If you don't use yeast, your bread will be as flat as a pancake!

Salt is added to bread to make it taste better but also to help make the fermation slower. Salt is added to bread to make it taste better but also to help make the fermation slower.

It eats the bread, it farts, and it makes the bread rise

To make the bread rise..yeast does the job

I need research methods of how does salt make an egg rise in water

Salt has several functions in bread making. The main function is to help the yeast ferment which is required for the bread to rise. It also helps add texture and taste.

Yeast is the most common ingredient used to make bread rise.

if there is no yeast in the bread the bread will not rise

Yeast is necessary to make bread rise.

That is practically impossible if you know how to make bread

When mixed, the yeast reacts with the salt and the sugar.

In yeast breads, salt limits the action of yeast by killing it. If you have too much salt, you might kill the yeast too quickly. The bread might also taste salty. In quick breads (those that rise with baking soda and/or baking powder), salt is used to add flavor, so too much salt will just make the bread taste more salty.

To make bread you will need: Flour Yeast Sugar Salt

the Egyptians had flat bread nor was it spongy eathier

No but they will make his bread rise

why the bread is salt in the bread of salt

The Yeast eats the sugar and realeses Carbon Dioxide which causes the bread to rise.

A bread that uses yeast to make it rise, vs a bread that uses baking soda or baking powder to rise (biscuits, pancakes for example). Nan

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