Bread Making

Bread Making

( 2001 ) reported on the use of hydroxypropylmethyl cellulose as a potential additive for breadmaking . It gave better loaf volume , softer breadcrumb and had a retarding effect on bread staling ...

Author: Stanley P Cauvain

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 0849317622

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 500

View: 648

Edited by one of the world's leading authorities in the field, Bread Making: Improving Quality reviews key recent research on the ingredients determining bread characteristics. The text discusses what this information means for improved process control and a better, more consistent product. After an introductory review, Part 1 discusses such concepts as the structure and quality of wheat and flour, and methods for measuring quality. Part 2 covers dough formation and its impact on bread's structure and properties. This includes such concepts as foam formation and bread aeration, key ingredients, improving taste and nutritional properties, and the prevention of moulds and mycotoxin contamination.
Categories: Technology & Engineering

Bread Making For Dummies

Bread Making For Dummies

garlic Garlic and Herb Bread recipe, 90–91 Roasted Garlic and Lemon Dip recipe, 222 German Braided Sweet Bread recipe, 140–141 German Everyday Rolls recipe, 138–139 German Pizza (Flammkuchen) recipe, 190–191 German Potato Bread recipe, ...

Author: Wendy Jo Peterson

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781119758099

Category: Cooking

Page: 304

View: 471

Craving fresh-baked bread? The 2020 pandemic has highlighted our love of bread, especially when it was nowhere to be found! Bread making took center stage for many of us stuck at home and craving comfort food. Fresh baked bread definitely soothes the soul. As it should, bread baking has been a tradition for thousands of years and across all continents. Bread Making For Dummies explores the science behind the art of bread making and our cultural connection to wild and commercial yeasts. Break out your kitchen scale and favorite wholesome grains and join us on the journey, from classic German Pretzels (Brezeln) to warm Salted Pecan Rolls to Rustic Sourdough. Popular culinary author and dietician Wendy Jo Peterson has your foolproof loaf, flatbread, and roll needs covered. If you want to really start from scratch and culture your own yeast—no problem! She’ll also let you in on the secrets of the fashionable no-knead and sourdough recipes that have been drawing chefs’ kisses of discerning delight from bread-aficionados for the past decade. Discover the tools and ingredients needed in bread making Grow your own sourdough starter Form savory or sweet loaves Stuff breads for a complete meal Boost the nutritional quality of breads with wholesome ingredients, like nuts, seeds, and old-world grains Whether you’re a nervous newbie or a seasoned, floury-aproned baker, Bread Making For Dummies is the beginning of a delicious, doughy adventure—so get your butter knife ready and discover just how easy and extra-tasty home bread-making can be!
Categories: Cooking

Bread Making A Home Course

Bread Making  A Home Course

Peter Reinhart's Whole Grain Breads: New Techniques, Extraordinary Flavor. Berkeley, CA: Ten Speed Press, 2007 Reinhart brings his expertise to bear on whole-grain baking. Anyone who has baked a bricklike loaf of bitter whole-wheat ...

Author: Lauren Chattman

Publisher: Storey Publishing

ISBN: 9781603427005

Category: Cooking

Page: 296

View: 734

Treat your friends and family to freshly baked ciabatta, challah, English muffins, naan, brioche, and more. Even complete beginners can successfully bake their own bread with this encouraging in-depth course. Lauren Chattman covers standard bread-making techniques for every style, including straight doughs, sourdoughs, and flatbreads. From sifting flour to cleanly slicing a warm baguette, you’ll find everything you need to know to make artisanal loaves with flawless golden crusts and soft, pillowy insides.
Categories: Cooking

Bread and the Principles of Bread Making

Bread and the Principles of Bread Making

The original graham bread made without yeast from graham flour according to the receipt of its inventor , and not to be confounded ... In preceding paragraphs attention has been called to the methods of bread making followed by bakers .

Author: Helen W. Atwater

Publisher:

ISBN: UIUC:30112019280053

Category: Agriculture

Page: 39

View: 508

Categories: Agriculture

Technology of Breadmaking

Technology of Breadmaking

Bread. and. Sandwich. Making. Bread and other fermented products have always played a significant role in the development of the convenience food and snack market. In the past the use of sliced bread to prepare sandwiches was ...

Author: Stanley P. Cauvain

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9780387385655

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 397

View: 664

This practical guide illuminates all aspects of breadmaking. It provides a thorough understanding of the many new developments shaping the industry and offers detailed technical coverage of the complex processes that make bread and fermented products. It examines the nature of bread products, the role of the ingredients in determining their quality, processing methods and their control, and equipment functions. In addition, the book explores the contributions of individual components and processing stages to final bread quality. It also reviews the current state of technical knowledge on breadmaking.
Categories: Technology & Engineering

Easy Breadmaking for Special Diets Third Edition

Easy Breadmaking for Special Diets  Third Edition

We have many advantages our grandmothers did not have when it comes to making bread. Instead ofhaving to use short-lived compressed yeast, we have very reliable active dry or instant yeast. We can make our bread with appliances we ...

Author: Nicolette M. Dumke

Publisher: Allergy Adapt, Inc.

ISBN: 9781887624206

Category: Cooking

Page: 238

View: 865

Has a gluten-free, food allergy, or other special diet made you give up your favorite breads, snacks, and desserts? Now you can have them again and make them quickly and easily by using a bread machine or other appliances. Easy Breadmaking for Special Diets contains over 235 recipes for allergy, gluten-free, heart healthy, low fat, low sodium, yeast-free, diabetic, and controlled carbohydrate weight loss diets. Put zest back in your diet - and life - with recipes for your favorite foods, complete with nutritional analyses and diabetic exchanges. Imagine having breads of all kinds including sweet breads and sourdough, rolls and buns, coffee cakes, cinnamon rolls, heart-healthy baked doughnuts, sweet treats of many other kinds (all sweetened without sugar), and main dishes such as pizza and Mexican foods. Use your bread machine, food processor, mixer, or tortilla maker to make the bread YOU need quickly and easily.
Categories: Cooking

Bread Baking

Bread Baking

rtisan nomenon pioneers bread of in the baking the craft's early became 1990s, revival a but in national the certain United pheStates were already working at making great bread as far back as the 1970s and 1980s.

Author: Daniel T. DiMuzio

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9780470138823

Category: Cooking

Page: 272

View: 710

A guide to making artisan breads practically and profitably, Bread Baking: An Artisan's Perspective includes step-by-step instructions on mixing, fermentation, shaping, proofing and retarding, and baking. Written for both experienced and novice bakers, Bread Baking contains more than 150 helpful photos and drawings that illustrate techniques and showcase beautiful artisan bread products. Covering the business of bread-making, this book features practical advice from successful artisan bakers as well as forty plus tested artisan bread formulas, including ciabatta, pain au levain, bagels, honey whole wheat, croissants, and many more. Artisan bread baker and teacher Dan DiMuzio provides invaluable information on troubleshooting, ingredients, laminated dough, and creating dough formulas. Professional bakers and baking and pastry students will benefit from this practical resource to artisan breads.
Categories: Cooking

Handbook of Breadmaking Technology

Handbook of Breadmaking Technology

Starch baking, changes during, 580–4 damaged, 53–4, 316–17, 484, 580 gelatinization, 40, 58, 540–1, 549, 578, 665, ... 194 Sverdlovsk bread factory, 167 Switzerland, bread-making in, 92–4 Trichosporon penicillatum, 349 Tscheuschner, ...

Author: C. A. Stear

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781461523758

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 848

View: 713

The author's aim in writing this book is to integrate currently available knowledge concerning the basic scientific and technological aspects of breadmaking processes with the diverse breadmaking methods used to manufacture bread in Europe and on the North American continent today. To date, the main technological advances have been in process mechanization, starting with oven development, then dough processing or make-up equipment, followed by continuous and batch mixing techniques from the 1950s to the present time. On the engineering side, universal emphasis is now being placed on the application of high technology, in the form of microprocessors, computer-controlled equipment and robotization, the long-term objective being computer integrated manufacture (CIM) with full automation within the large chain bakery groups in the capitalist countries and the state-run collectives of Eastern Europe. The application of these key technologies with biotechnology, as yet only applied to a limited degree in food manufacture, coupled with advances in biochemical and rheological understanding of dough as a biomass for breadmaking, should provide us with more expertise and ability to control the processes with greater efficiency. The application of fermentable substrates and industrial enzymes under strict kinetic control should contribute to improving the flavour characteristics of bread. Current trends towards improving the nutritional contribution of bread to the daily diet are improving the competitive edge of bread as a basic food in the market-place.
Categories: Technology & Engineering

Breadmaking

Breadmaking

(2009a) 'Mechanism of gas cell stabilization in breadmaking. I. The primary gluten–starch ... SWANSON C. O. and WORKING E. B. (1926) 'Mechanical modification of dough to make it possible to bake bread with only fermentation in the pan.

Author: S P Cauvain

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 9780857095695

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 832

View: 926

The first edition of Breadmaking: Improving quality quickly established itself as an essential purchase for baking professionals and researchers in this area. With comprehensively updated and revised coverage, including six new chapters, the second edition helps readers to understand the latest developments in bread making science and practice. The book opens with two introductory chapters providing an overview of the breadmaking process. Part one focuses on the impacts of wheat and flour quality on bread, covering topics such as wheat chemistry, wheat starch structure, grain quality assessment, milling and wheat breeding. Part two covers dough development and bread ingredients, with chapters on dough aeration and rheology, the use of redox agents and enzymes in breadmaking and water control, among other topics. In part three, the focus shifts to bread sensory quality, shelf life and safety. Topics covered include bread aroma, staling and contamination. Finally, part four looks at particular bread products such as high fibre breads, those made from partially baked and frozen dough and those made from non-wheat flours. With its distinguished editor and international team of contributors, the second edition of Breadmaking: Improving quality is a standard reference for researchers and professionals in the bread industry and all those involved in academic research on breadmaking science and practice. With comprehensively updated and revised coverage, this second edition outlines the latest developments in breadmaking science and practice Covers topics such as wheat chemistry, wheat starch structure, grain quality assessment, milling and wheat breeding Discusses dough development and bread ingredients, with chapters on dough aeration and rheology
Categories: Technology & Engineering

Technology of Breadmaking

Technology of Breadmaking

Water binding of wheat flour doughs and breads as studied by deutero relaxation. Journal of Food Science, 48,95–99. Lineback, D. R. (1984). The role of starch in bread staling. In International Symposium on Advances in Baking Science ...

Author: Stanley Cauvain

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319146874

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 408

View: 696

This practical, comprehensive guide illuminates all aspects of breadmaking to give bakers, scientists, technologists and students a thorough understanding of the many new developments shaping the industry. This book bridges the gap between scientific and practical accounts by providing technical coverage of the complex processes that link together to make bread and fermented products. Chapters cover the nature of bread products, the role of the ingredients in determining their quality, processing methods and their control, and equipment functions. Emphasis is on exploring the contributions of individual components and processing stages to final bread quality, reviewing the current state of technical knowledge on breadmaking. This third edition reviews the new knowledge which has become available in the last 10 years and considers how the global trends of increased availability and wider range of fermented products around the world impact on current and future technological challenges for bakers. Stanley P. Cauvain is the Director and Vice President of Research and Development activities at BakeTran and Professor at the International Institute of Agri-Food Security, Curtin University, Perth, Western Australia.
Categories: Technology & Engineering