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  bread makers, bread mixes and bread machine reviews
At Bread Maker you can access owner’s manuals, browse our collection of bread maker recipes and look for answers to bread maker questions.
We add new bread maker recipes all the time so be sure to bookmark our recipe page.
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When bread is kneaded air is incorporated into the dough creating tiny bubbles, and when yeast expels carbon dioxide and alcohol it flavors it and also fills and expand the air bubbles, which ultimately causes the dough to rise.
To start bread dough using a sponge, some or all of the water in the recipe is mixed with the yeast and a portion of the flour to form a thick batter.
Bake the breads at 425 degrees for about 20 minutes (if the bread is browning unevenly the pan may need to be rotated once or twice), then remove the pan of water from the oven floor and lower the heat in the oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit.
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In the 18th century, when virtually all bread was baked in the home, the average life expectancy was less than 50 years; infant mortality rates were unacceptably high; many women died in childbirth; and diseases such as typhoid, yellow fever, and influenza ravaged whole nations.
Bread is made from a substance called "dough." It has been proven that as little as one pound of dough can be used to suffocate a mouse.
Bread is often a "gateway" food item, leading the user to "harder" items such as butter, jelly, peanut butter, and even cold cuts.
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 Bread (band) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bread was a 1970s rock and roll band from Los Angeles, California.
Bread, the band's debut album as a trio, was a failure.
This time their efforts quickly established Bread as a major act, hitting the mainstream with the #1 hit "Make It With You" in 1970.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Bread_(band)   (444 words)

  
 The Beauty of Bread
Bread could also be baked by placing the dough on a flat stone or griddle, turning an iron or copper cauldron over it, and heaping hot wood ash around the base.
Bread baking, like many other cooking activities, was performed out of doors to limit the threat of fire, and to provide adequate working light for the cook (remember that the interiors of most early medieval buildings, whether hut or great hall, were indeed dim to the modern eye).
Sweet breads too were known, and spiced with cumin, caraway, poppy, sweet Cicily seeds, and dried honeyed fruits, graced feast tables in timber halls.
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 Newton's Apple: Teacher's Guides
Breads which are leavened by baking powder instead of yeast lack the tasty molecules of fermented bread.
In breads leavened with yeast, however, the yeast cells grow under anaerobic conditions and cannot convert glucose molecules completely to gas.
The longest loaf of bread on record in the United States was baked in 1987 and was 718.4 meters (2,357' 10") long.
www.ktca.org /newtons/12/bread.html   (1025 words)

  
 Guglhupf Bakery & Pâtisserie - Breaducation - A Brief History of Bread
At the table, thick slices of bread known as trenchers were served with a variety of dishes, often forming the centerpiece or base of a meal.
It was the staple bread grain of the masses living in the countryside and the poor in the cities.
Lighter breads became associated with the upper classes and the city, whereas darker breads were linked to the lower classes and the countryside.
www.guglhupf.com /breaduca/history.html   (2280 words)

  
 bread
Breads can be very different depending on ingredients and cooking time, but even the same recipe can turn out quite differently from home to home or country to country depending on ovens, climate, and how it is made.
Bread was sold dry or to be dipped in water, wine, or even goats milk.
Bread was so important in the Middle Ages that bakers caught selling impure or under weight loaves of bread were in serious trouble.
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 Bread
Bread was formed in 1969, when a leading Los Angeles session musician, David Gates, was asked, by now legendary music figure Russ Regan, to produce a project featuring Rob Royer as vocalist for the group "Pleasure Faire".
It was in the context of this project that Gates, Griffin, and Royer, the nucleus of Bread, initially met, developed friendships, and decided to pool their talents.
It became obvious that this 'soft rock' approach was going to be the sound that Bread would ultimately become identified with and certainly had a deep connection with as players.
www.classicbands.com /bread.html   (609 words)

  
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The yeast should be placed in a well on top of the dry ingredients, although I’ve had good results mixing the yeast with the dry ingredients for most machines.
The remaining water should be added as needed after the bread has started mixing, either in the bowl of your mixer or in the pan of the bread machine.
Quinoa Bread: For each cup of mix used, add 1 tablespoon quinoa flour to the dry ingredients and 1 teaspoon honey to the wet ingredients.
www.authenticfoods.com /recipes/breadrecipes.htm   (1193 words)

  
 Bread - Seventies Music at Randy's Rodeo
Bread was certainly the most popular example to date of this oxymoronic genre, but they were hardly the first.
The growing disparity between Bread's image of themselves as serious rock musicians and the public's perception of them as sweet balladeers was thrown into stark contrast with their third album, Manna (1971).
Bread toured in support of the record, but, in Gates' own words, "It was worth a try, but once was enough." Tellingly, Lost Without Your Love was unavailable in any format for many years, and unlike Bread's other LP's was never reissued on CD by Elektra.
www.randysrodeo.com /seventies/bread.php   (4002 words)

  
 History of Bread - www.BreadInfo.com
Instead of waiting for fortuitous circumstances to leaven their bread people found that they could save a piece of dough from a batch of bread to put into the next day's dough.
In the middle ages bread was commonly baked in the ovens of the lord of the manor for a price.
Bread continued to be important through history as bread riots during the French Revolution attest.
www.breadinfo.com /history.shtml   (688 words)

  
 Give Us This Day Our Global Bread
The bread itself is decidedly old school: Thick, chewy, and rich with a dark, fire-tinged flavor, Poilâne's bread traces its heritage back to the original French bread.
FedEx allows Poilâne's bread to leave the bakery in the early morning and be on dinner tables in the United States the next night.
Poilâne's bread has won him famous fans over the years: Frank Sinatra and Lauren Bacall used to enjoy a loaf from time to time, and Robert De Niro is a customer.
www.fastcompany.com /online/44/poilane.html   (1883 words)

  
 Bodybuilding.com - Jeremy Likness - All About Bread!
Bread is a common symbol of bounty in the bible - Leviticus 21:22 declares, "He shall eat the bread of his God." When the people of God were lost in the wilderness, they were fed manna, which was described as bread from heaven.
Bread even played a major role in politics when, in 40 BC, as part of a campaign, it was decreed that bread should be freely distributed to every male adult.
As early as 1826, the whole grain bread used by the military was called superior for health to the white, refined bread used by the aristocracy.
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Liturgical Use of Bread
In the Christian liturgy bread is used principally as one of the elements of the Eucharistic sacrifice.
Eucharistic Bread to their priests for the same purpose and also to each other to signify that they admitted one another into ecclesiastical communion.
The little loaves or cakes of bread which received a special benediction and were then sent by bishops and priests to others, as gifts in sign of fraternal affection and ecclesiastical communion were also called eulogiae.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/02749a.htm   (1352 words)

  
 bread101_intro
Good bread is the most fundamentally satisfying of all foods; and good bread with fresh butter is the greatest of all feasts.
Bread dough can be baked in loaf pans, as free-form loaves on cookie sheets or as individual-sized buns, twists, sticks and many other shapes.
This also caused the bread to be gummy in the end--the flour was not fully hydrated in the beginning, hence there was extra water sitting around causing a soggy middle......
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 Bread
The term 'quick bread' refers to any bread that uses chemical leaveners (baking powder and/or baking soda) as opposed to yeast, and requires no kneading or rising time.
Usually, the fat in the bread itself helps to prevent sticking, and when there isn't very much fat, the bread is more likely to become stuck to the pan.
If the outside of the bread is done before the middle, try lowering the oven temperature and/or putting a loose tent of foil over the top of the bread so it won't burn before the middle has time to catch up.
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 bread
The multitudes were so impressed with the multiplication of the bread and fishes that they wanted to make him a king!, but Jesus withdrew again to the mountain by himself (6:15).
Jesus tells them that it is the Father who gives the bread from heaven, or the bread of life.
Jesus is the "bread of life", says in John 6, "our daily bread", says in Matt.6:11, in the center of the Sermon of the Mount...
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 Bread: Album Reviews, Biography - MOG   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Bread is staple food of European, Middle Eastern and Indian cultures which is prepared by baking, steaming, or frying dough.
Bread consists minimally of flour and water; salt is present in most cases; and usually a leavening agent such as yeast is used.
Breads may also contain some amounts of sugar, spices, fruit (such as raisins, pumpkin or bananas), vegetables (like onion or zucchini), nuts, or seeds (such as caraway, sesame or poppy seeds).
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From sweet muffins to hearty rye bread, French rolls to Mexican tortillas, breads have a place in every cuisine, and at every meal.
Bread is made from flour, water (or other liquid such as milk or buttermilk), and, with the exception of unleavened bread, some kind of leavening agent.
Yeast breads are leavened with yeast and kneaded to develop the flour’s gluten.
www.kroger.com /hn/Food_Guide/Bread.htm   (368 words)

  
 VIA Online: Great Bread in the West
Bread lovers insist that today's industrial-strength sourdough is a lesser product, but it still shows up on the tables of the city's steak houses and seafood joints.
Reading Elizabeth David's newly published English Bread and Yeast Cookery, he was bitten by the bread bug—bread as it was baked until the mid-19th century, when bakers used only flour, water, salt, and yeast to make slow-rising, hand-formed loaves with a crisp crust and a chewy internal texture.
Soon the presence of more and more bread with real crust and a substantial interior was driving up the quality of bread in general.
www.viamagazine.com /top_stories/articles/bread02.asp   (1224 words)

  
 bread
BREAD: Bring milk to a simmer and add shortening, baking powder and soda.
If using bread loaves, cut into 2 inch pieces and arrange in pan.
I read a story once that this bread was named because a husband got really frustrated when it took his wife a long time to prepare the meal.
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 Amazon.ca: Bread: Books: Linda Collister,Martin Brigdale   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Bread: from sourdough to rye is a delicious journey around the great breads of the world, from Linda Collister, the author of several of the best books on bread and baking.
South Asia includes countless regional variations on the bread theme, from the well-known wheat based breads of North India and Pakistan, such as naan and chapatti, to the delicious South Indian breads, poori and dosa, made of rice and lentil flour.
Australian and New Zealand breads are typical of the many immigrant groups in the region-from Irish potato bread to splendid French baquettes produced by Vietnamese bakers.
www.amazon.ca /Bread-Linda-Collister/dp/1841722081   (635 words)

  
 Bread Puddings : COLLECTION   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Pour the mixture over the bread, fruit and sugar and leave to stand for at least 30 minutes.
A delicious variant, although somewhat messy to prepare, is to thickly spread lemon curd on the bread at stage 2 before hacking the crusts, etc.
To assemble: ------------ Layer toased bread, orange sections and cinnamon in 7 or 8 individual 2 cup bowls or charlotte molds.
www.cs.cmu.edu /~mjw/recipes/dessert/bread-pud-coll.html   (1432 words)

  
 Urban Legends Reference Pages: The Dangers of Bread
Studies link bread consumption to convicted felons, violent crimes and poor academic performance, and call for "bread-free" zones to be established around schools.
While such lists as those linking pickles and bread via dubious statistics to various bad outcomes are clearly works of humor, there is one surprising actual negative connection associated with bread: the baking of it contributes to the formation of ozone.
During bread's baking process, much of this alcohol is vaporized, producing the enthralling aroma that is loved so deeply by so many.
www.snopes.com /food/warnings/bread.asp   (898 words)

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