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The first function of salt in bread is to provide flavor. Salt also slows the rising process of the yeast, which makes a better loaf of bread.

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Salt is simply used for flavoring in bread. There is theory that salt inhibits the function of yeast in the dough development. This theory or rumor has been debunked.


Salt limits the growth of yeast in bread. It also significantly improves the taste of any bread.


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.


It improves the taste of the bread and also counteracts the liveliness of the yeast.


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Salt is a flavor enhancer. It also slows down the growth of the yeast (bread dough rises about twice as fast without salt in it), and some bakers believe that it improves the texture of the dough.


Yes. Bread flour has no salt in it, and the salt actually serves two purposes in bread making. One is for flavor, of course, and the other function it serves is to help keep the yeast in check. In other words, it prevents the yeast from overdeveloping.


Salt is added for the taste; but bread without salt exist also.


salt in bread dough is just for taste, the bread will be very blahnd if you don't put salt in it


You do put salt in bread. Not alot but you do.


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The salt in bread making improves the flavor of the bread and balances the action of yeast.


Adding salt to bread dough controls the action of the yeast and improves the flavor. Bread made without salt will have a coarser texture and a blander flavor than bread made with salt.


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


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Salt was added to bread around 345 bce. Jesus Christ Super Star was the one who discovered Salt in a jar. Then at the last supper, he was making bread and decided to put the salt in it.



Flavor. Bread bakes quite well without salt, but tastes bland.


Salt is added to improve the taste.


Only some bread has iodine in it. If the bread was made with iodized salt, then the bread has iodine; otherwise, no.


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To make the bread softer and smoother





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