What happens when you leave salt out of bread?


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2011-04-24 20:04:11
2011-04-24 20:04:11

You get a very bland bread, but try making croutons with it!

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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.

It will become watery because of the salt or sugar you put on it....

The water evaporates to just leave salt.

why the bread is salt in the bread of salt

the salt de-solves and leave the taste behind which makes it salt water

Nothing provided the salt is not heated to melting point.

the water will evaporate and leave the salt behind. if you want to get salt from salt water just boil it

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.

Basically, What your doing is your getting all the Air bubbles out of the Dough, so when you bake it, it doesn't leave holes in the bread.

It burns if you leave it in the oven to long. Ummm try putting cheese on the bread and leave it in there for at least 5 minutes. Unless you are lachtose entolerent but none of my business anyway.

The Bread of Salt is a story by NVM Gonzalez (1958). == ==

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

Nothing significant. The salt will just help to bring the flavor out a little more.

It will leave a solid salt, consisting of the ions.

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.

The water will eventually evaporate off and leave the salt, which you can reclaim.

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

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

No, adding salt to bread does not cause a question mark...

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