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Bread project by Team 26050
Bread project by Team 26050
Bread project by Team 26050
Bread project by Team 26050
Bread project by Team 26050
Bread project by Team 26050
Bread project by Team 26050
Bread project by Team 26050
Bread project by Team 26050
Bread project by Team 26050
Bread project by Team 26050
Bread project by Team 26050
Bread project by Team 26050
Bread project by Team 26050
Bread project by Team 26050
Bread project by Team 26050
Bread project by Team 26050
Bread project by Team 26050
Bread project by Team 26050
Bread project by Team 26050
Bread project by Team 26050
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Bread project by Team 26050

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  • 1. Reframing a Loaf of Bread…By: Team 26050
  • 2. BREAD CONTENTS Bread is Ageless Bread is Universal Bread is Senseless Bread is Sensual Bread is Life Bread’s inGenius Uses Bread Reframed Bread has Value
  • 3. BREAD IS AGELESS First made 30,000 years ago Signified a quantum leap in cooking innovation & still evolving The symbol of food, money and health – it continues in this role Has a short life-span Essentially remained unchanged since inception Bread is a constant - not cyclical We cannot imagine life without bread even if we “reframe” life into the Mayan Calender (End of Time)
  • 4. BREAD IS UNIVERSAL Consumed throughout the world Consumed by all genders and ages EGYPT UK Takes on any shape Used in various religions Often the most affordable form of food USA Used to determine the “relative cost of living” Brings families together and symbolizes security AFRICA S. AMERICA
  • 5. BREAD IS SENSELESSBread cannot: Hear Feel See Smell Taste
  • 6. BREAD IS SENSUALBread affects all our senses: Hear it being cut, rubbing and impact with a plate Feel its rough skin with absorbent soft content See the rich colors, spreads and packaging Smell the rich aroma of fresh or toasted bread Taste the various types of bread & spreads
  • 7. BREAD IS LIFE !Bread starts your day Bread is Love Bread gives you characterBread gets you working In jail you survive off “bread and water”
  • 8. BREAD’S inGenius USES Bread erasers used before 1770 Remove scorched taste from rice by placing a slice of white bread on top of the rice Bread Eraser Soften up hard marshmallows by sealing slices of fresh bread with the marshmallows Absorb vegetable odors by placing a piece of white bread on top of the pot Stop flare-ups when broiling meat by Bread Shoes placing white bread in your drip pan Pick up glass fragments by pressing a slice of bread over glass fragments Dust oil paintings with bread Serve soup in a bread bowl Bread Bowl
  • 9. BREAD REFRAMEDBread seems to affect all our senses, including themost important sense our “sixth sense” called….. “OUR SENSE OF VALUE”How do we value bread…is it what we pay for it or isthere something deeper?Worth a few cents? Worth $100? Worth its weight in Gold?
  • 10. BREAD HAS VALUE!
  • 11. Let’s start at the local bakery
  • 12. Is it all about “Making Dough” ?
  • 13. For workers, it’s a way of life
  • 14. A job to provide for their family
  • 15. The bakery promotes small business
  • 16. And adds to the economy
  • 17. For the customer, it’s a routine
  • 18. Sometimes, it’s all they can afford
  • 19. A way to feed their family
  • 20. One loafat a time.
  • 21. How does BREAD move you?

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