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Why could the flour needed by Russian women to bake bread not be receive?
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Why could the flour needed by Russian women to bake bread not be received?
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Who was the Russian monk who reputedly could treat the Czarevich's hemophilia?
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Thermosphere and exosphere are the first to receive the suns rays so they are very what?
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What does bread smell like?
Although it is actually surprisingly difficult to convey the sense of smell over the internet, I think I can safely answer, in a way that you will almost definitely understand, what bread actually smells like: Bread, of course, smells like bread, and although I fully understand that the medium of the internet may not be enough to stir those parts of the mind with which the comprehension of the chemicals in a loaf of bread, or in anything else that 'smells' for that matter, is dealt, I am afraid that this is the best answer that you, or anybody else, could possibly receive without actually going out and smelling the bread for themselves.
Asked in Rye Bread
Why does rye bread grow mold fast?
Several factors determine the rate at which bread may mold. Rye tends to be more artisanal in nature, thus containing fewer preservatives, which would allow for quicker mold formation. Also, this bread may have more moisture, and more sugar, which provides food and an environment conducive to mold development. To stave-off this unwanted mold, you might consider freezing your bread and using it as needed. Freezing does not affect the texture or flavor of bread, but extends its shelf life indefinitely if well wrapped. Also, you could store your bread in a low-moisture environment that isn't too dark or too light, as mold thrives in darkness but light could destroy the bread. NEVER refridgerate your bread.