Bread has an early history and has come a long way since then. Whether it be a sourdough, plain white bread, whole grain or as simple as any flatbread. A single change in process or ingredient has the power to add a whole new multitude to this staple food. Dating back to several hundred decades it has evolved its form,
Families who treasure and value the goodness of sourdough are starting to recognise and utilise the name, The Baker’s Dozen. The dough for sourdough bread is fermented with yeast and wild lactobacilli. Lactic acid is created during the fermentation process, which gives the bread a mildly sour flavour and improves the bread’s quality. Customers can sample several flavours and styles
Baked goods businesses have grown in popularity over the last few years, but actually, they’ve been around for a while. More recently, many entrepreneurs have started selling their cakes, cupcakes, and cookies from home and have grown into regular retail bakeries and even franchises. When it comes to home baking, there are many different treats you can make including: Cakes
Bread is the stuff of life. It’s how we start our day in the morning, pack for lunch and dinner, and it’s the perfect complement to any meal. I believe that it’s feasible for everyone to make their homemade bread if they wish! Homemade bread is more nutritious, free from preservatives, and tastes better. While baking at some point, you
Bread is a very humble product made from flour, water, yeast and salt. What a baker needs to understand and imbibe in her DNA is that the true art of bread baking lies in how much respect do you treat these ingredients with. Process or technique in bread baking is the most significant factor determining the quality of the product.