Lightly toasted bread. It really depends on the recipe. If you have bread but it's fresh, just leave the slices out overnight to dry. In meatloaf, you can substitute raw whole oatmeal (regular or quick-cooking)or saltine crackers. In bread pudding, sponge or pound cake. For low-carb breadcrumbs, crumbled pork rinds. In stuffing, cornbread.
Day old bread is bread/bread dough that is one day old, and the 6-day old stuff has aged for approximatley 6 days. It's just what you think it is; there is no "trick" explanation.
how old is bread Good Bread is not older than a day or two
if the bread is older than 24 hrs it is day old bread
lightly toast the bread to dry out the bread.
Bread crumbs, crackers, rice, corn meal.
yes, you can
"Day old" is bread that is left to rise for one whole day before baking. This makes a loaf that will never go stale.
gherkin with mascarpone wraps in a red wine joue...
anything but if it doesn't have bananas in it, it is no longer a banana bread
It depends on what your making, but melba toast or bread crumbs will work.
its made up. Its actually bread without yeast( like what Jews have as a substitute for bread during passover)
All purpose flour.
yes of course you can! yes of course you can!
Yes you can
Yes, it can be.
Yes it can, the substitute still has some of the same compounds as normal salt does.
Yes, for most bread recipes, honey may be substituted for sugar.
i would thank so