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How is edible bread made?

Asked by Aaliyah, Last updated: Nov 09, 2021

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Bread was not made in a day. It was made through years of experimentation and accidents.

The existence of leavened bread can be traced back to prehistoric times. Scanning electron microscopy revealed the presence of yeast cells in ancient Egyptian loves. So according to the archaeological evidence leavened bread was first invented by the Egyptians.

First traces of flour had been found in Europe which dates back to the paleolithic era. This flour was probably used to make unleavened bread. Unleavened bread is made from flour and water, but without any fermenting agents. So the first unleavened bread was made by the Europeans.

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Whats Cooking Dad

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Whats Cooking Dad upgrades your baking skill by helping to decide the best bread machines & reviews.

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Answered Sep 15, 2020

You should use bread making machines to make easy and quick bread.

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Answered Sep 15, 2017

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My name is Bhargav. I am in fourth class. I am reading in Mount Sinai School, Ranikhet

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Answered Sep 12, 2017

About 8000 b.c.e. the first grinding stone, called a quern, was invented in Egypt, and the first grain was crushed. The modern Indian chapatis, made from unleavened whole wheat flour, and Mexican tortillas, made from corn, resemble the breads produced at that time.

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