Speciality fermented goods

  • A. J. Bent

Abstract

‘Foreign breads slice white sales’ appeared as a headline of an article by Joanna Bale, in The Times on 13 August 1996. The article stated that ‘While croissants and others increase in popularity the humble loaf of bread continues to fall out of favour. Consumers are becoming more adventurous and acquiring a taste for the new products available’.

Keywords

Sorbitan Monostearate Freeze Dough Puff Pastry Flour Weight Proof Time 
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