Page 1 of 50 - About 500 Essays
  • Bread Vs Wheat Bread Research

    Topic: Which bread mold grows the fastest White Bread vs Whole Wheat? Method: 1. Place a piece of bread into a zip lock bag, and put a teaspoon full of water over each piece. Make sure that each piece of bread are equally damp by spreading the water evenly. 2. Place each zip lock bag in a warm, dark environment where they won’t be disturbed and keep some distance between the samples. Don’t let the zip lock bags touch. 3. Make sure to take evidence everyday such as a photo or written down somewhere in a journal. 4. Leave the samples overnight. 5.The next day take notes on any changes that have occurred and make sure you have proof of those changes. 6. Then use another teaspoon of the same quantity and pour some more water to keep…

    Words: 1559 - Pages: 7
  • The Bread Basket

    The Bread Basket 1.The art work that I chose is titled “The Bread Basket” By Salvador Dali,1945 2.The dimensions of this art work are 13cm by 17cm and 3’ by 4’. The medium used on this piece is oil on panel on the woods of the basket. (30 words) 3.The subject matter of this art work is very simple yet meaningful. The painting depicts a heel of a loaf bread in a basket, sitting near the edge of a tab le on a white table cloth. Inside the basket there is a towel and there are two kinds of…

    Words: 343 - Pages: 2
  • Bread Mold Essay

    and eating it, particularly bread for example sandwiches, toast and other kinds of meals. The real question is would people want their healthy bread to get all moldy, green or smelly? Bread is the most widely eaten food around the world bread is made by baking dough that consists chiefly of flour or grain meal mixed with water or milk. It provides a larger share of people’s energy and protein than any other food. But bread also needs temperature, is the difference between hot and cold and is…

    Words: 1044 - Pages: 5
  • Bread History

    Bread There once was a man named Mitus. He and his wife, Viole owned a bakery that baked bread in a small town called Koffinsberg. They baked all sorts of bread at their shop. From basic bread, to bread with nuts and blueberries and more. They loved working there together. Many customers came in each day, some were the same, and sometimes new people came in from time to time. One day an old man came in. This old man was quite ordinary, other than him being homeless. A long brown coat. Torn…

    Words: 521 - Pages: 3
  • Bread In The Middle Class

    Bread was the main source of nutrition in the middle ages, the baker had to take orders specific to the person in order for everybody to survive. In a feudal system where some are of higher class than others, there were different kinds of bread the bakers made to fulfil the needs of the customer. The wealthier families had better bread while families that did not have money flowing out of their pockets had their bread made with cheaper grains to save money. Different kinds of grains were more…

    Words: 428 - Pages: 2
  • Arepa Bread Research Paper

    HISTORICAL BREADS from AROUND THE World With every great meal or snack, people are always looking for a little something on the side to compliment their meal. One of the most sought after foods just happens to be a food item that has been around for centuries: BREAD. There are thousands of different types of bread in the world , including , French, Anpan, Arepa, Bammy, and Bolani. French bread , dating back to the middle of the 19th century , originated in Vienna , Austria. The bread was…

    Words: 968 - Pages: 4
  • Zucchini Bread Research Paper

    aware of the healthful and delicious zucchini bread. Integrating this common vegetable into a cake makes for a nutritious dessert that is not only easy to make but also appealing to all ages. With a few ingredients that one might already have in their kitchen, and an easy to follow recipe, this dessert can be easily achieved and enjoyed. How to make zucchini bread is a simple process that creates a nourishing dessert fit for any occasion. In order to begin cooking or baking any new dish, there…

    Words: 817 - Pages: 4
  • Mold Bread Mold Experiment

    Previous Experiments: What Makes Mold Grow? We are going to perform a mold bread experiment to grow our own mold and find out whether mold does indeed grow faster at higher temperatures. What is Mold? Mold is something that we often take for granted, as something that makes us have to throw the bread away or the cheese smell bad.Mold is, in fact, a fascinating organism which has had many different uses over the years and our lives would not be the…

    Words: 994 - Pages: 4
  • Sourdough Bread Research Paper

    Sourdough bread is a bread made from the natural occurring yeast and bacteria in flour. In traditional sourdough recipes, you’ll find few ingredients: sourdough starter (which consists of flour and water), salt, water, and flour. There is no yeast, no milk, no oils and no sweeteners. Its flavour and texture are largely depend on type of the sourdough starter used in the dough. In this way, sourdough starter is the essential part of making sourdough bread. Sourdough starter (natural sour) is…

    Words: 283 - Pages: 2
  • White Bread Research Paper

    Food Biography Bread is one of the most staple foods in so many different cultures. There’s the standard American white bread, Jewish Challah, Indian Naan, and so on and so forth. In a wider lens, bread is a language in itself; a language that has always intrigued me/spoken to me. Since I was little, about 3 or 4, I’ve been… intrigued by bread, to say the least. It may’ve had something to do with the fact that bread was the first ‘real food’ to actually enter my mouth. While I may not be able…

    Words: 859 - Pages: 4
  • Previous
    Page 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 50

Related Topics:

Popular Topics: