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5 Different Types of Artisanal Bread

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5 Different Types of Artisanal Bread

It is known that authentic homemade bread has four main ingredients in them – wheat flour, yeast, salt, and water. In some cases, sourdough may be used instead of yeast as a leavening agent.  Depending on their preferences, some people add different flavors like spices, herbs, nuts, fruit, and cheese. But what makes an Artisan bread different from ordinary food are the techniques used in making it. Here are some different types of Artisanal Bread that you might like: Country loaf This round and crusty bread are perfect for creating a free bruschetta. You can toast it and enjoy any...

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Buy a Loaf. Share a Loaf.

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Buy a Loaf. Share a Loaf.

Friends and families have long enjoyed food together. Regular family dinners are unfortunately becoming less common, but holidays and special celebrations are a good reminder of how meaningful it is to sit down with loved ones. We at Domaselo firmly stand behind the fact that every meal we have should be enjoyed properly. That is why we have started an initiative we call: "Buy a Loaf. Share a Loaf". We created this program in a way that allows you to share a loaf with anyone within our delivery area. It is an amazing feeling when you receive a loaf of...

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Тhe difference between Organic Bread and Fresh Bread

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Тhe difference between Organic Bread and Fresh Bread

Making bread dates back to as far as the Neolithic age. A loaf of bread is prepared from a dough made of flour and water. Besides that, other ingredients like salt, fat and/or leavening agents, yeast and baking soda are used as part of the bread-making process. Sometimes producers add icing sugar, spices, fruits, vegetables, seeds, nuts, and herbs.

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