Value of Bread        Stanford’s Creativity Crash Course        Assignment 3 – Framing and ReframingByTeam 25885
Team Formation     Charmaine Galvez           John Herman     Philippines                America     Anugoon Leelaphattara...
What we do? • First, we try to understand bread in traditional way and find value of it. • Second, we try to look bread in...
Part OneUnderstand bread and its value.
Understanding breadWhat is bread ?   Bread is a staple food prepared by   cooking a dough of flour and water   and often a...
Bread as a food in different culture                In America                In Minnesota, bread is found in many forms. ...
Bread as a food in different cultureIn ThailandBreads are not consider to be the main food, inThailand we eat rice. Bread ...
Bread as a food in different culture                 In Philippines                 Bread is second most common food next ...
Life of bread start whenValue of bread as a food begin when freshlybaked bread came out of oven.   “The smell of good brea...
Life of bread ends when“Value of bread as a food ends when its pass expiration date (on bread clip)”
To persevere value of bread                                                  According to the Department for Environment, ...
Part TwoReframing problem. Increasing value of bread.
Increasing value of bread # 1Bread as an eraserOrdinary bread, at least a day old, that isfree from butter, lard or milk i...
Increasing value of bread # 2                   Left-over bread as a cooking ingredient                   There are tons o...
Increasing value of bread # 3Bread as the Body of ChristIn Catholics and Christians bread isrepresent as the body of Chris...
Increasing value of bread # 4                  Bread as a food for other animals                  An left-over or expired ...
Increasing value of bread #5Bread as an artBeauty which you can eat but you don’t want to.
Increasing value of bread #6Bread as a hiding placeWhen you want to smuggling something,bread may be a good choice.
WarningNext topic contain image that may disturb viewerViewer discretion is advised.
Increasing value of bread #7Bread as an animal houseLike Hansel and Gretel but not for human and it is lookwarm enough for...
That is all                           Thank you for watching.                           And don’t forget to eat bread toda...
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  1. 1. Value of Bread Stanford’s Creativity Crash Course Assignment 3 – Framing and ReframingByTeam 25885
  2. 2. Team Formation Charmaine Galvez John Herman Philippines America Anugoon Leelaphattarakij Amit K Soni Thailand India Kuankhajohn Kuanliang Thailand
  3. 3. What we do? • First, we try to understand bread in traditional way and find value of it. • Second, we try to look bread in new perspective. How to increase its value.
  4. 4. Part OneUnderstand bread and its value.
  5. 5. Understanding breadWhat is bread ? Bread is a staple food prepared by cooking a dough of flour and water and often additional ingredients.[1]What is in slice of bread? [2] Type White Brown Whole-meal Energy 87.6kcal 82.8kcal 86.8kcal Protein 3.2g 3.2g 3.8g Carbohydrate 18.4g 16.8g 16.8g Sugars 1.4g 1.4g 1.1g Fat 0.6g 0.8g 1.0g Saturated fat 0.1g 0.2g 0.2g [1] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bread [2] The Federation of Bakers
  6. 6. Bread as a food in different culture In America In Minnesota, bread is found in many forms. but Subway is a popular sandwich shop in America. They ask you which type of Bread you want to build your sandwich on, White, Wheat, French Baguette, Whole grain. The baking bread smells good, but it is fattening to eat for older people.
  7. 7. Bread as a food in different cultureIn ThailandBreads are not consider to be the main food, inThailand we eat rice. Bread in my country is like asnack or a dessert, people here usually eat breadbetween meals just to satisfy their stomachs.And after observation at bread selling shop (It ishardly to find bakery in my country, so theybaked in somewhere else and ship to the mall)most of the bread products here are either smallsandwich, pizza, hamburger or bread that fill withjam or butter.
  8. 8. Bread as a food in different culture In Philippines Bread is second most common food next to rice. Its usually eaten during breakfasts and snacks. Here, unlike in Thailand, its common enough to have bakeries that are often just few streets apart. Also, theres one type of bread that are used by Catholics and Christians to sort of represent the body of Christ. Its called sacramental bread, but in local term, we call it Ostia.
  9. 9. Life of bread start whenValue of bread as a food begin when freshlybaked bread came out of oven. “The smell of good bread baking, like the sound of lightly flowing water, is indescribable in its evocation of innocence and delight...” M.F.K. Fisher, The Art of Eating
  10. 10. Life of bread ends when“Value of bread as a food ends when its pass expiration date (on bread clip)”
  11. 11. To persevere value of bread According to the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affair, England [3] “Bread is Britains most wasted food” Despite its ease and enduring appeal, 32% of bread purchased by UK households is dumped when it could be eaten. To reduce wastage just simply • Using a bread bin or cloth bag to keep bread. • Freezing the bread. • Share your bread with others.[3] http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-17353707
  12. 12. Part TwoReframing problem. Increasing value of bread.
  13. 13. Increasing value of bread # 1Bread as an eraserOrdinary bread, at least a day old, that isfree from butter, lard or milk in its making,to rub out charcoal or crayon, erasingmistakes, and taking out lights from amass of dark.
  14. 14. Increasing value of bread # 2 Left-over bread as a cooking ingredient There are tons of recipe that use left-over bread. For examples • Thicken soups • Breadcrumbs for crunchy topping. • Croutons in salad • French Toast and Bread Pudding • Mix in Meatloaf and Meatballs
  15. 15. Increasing value of bread # 3Bread as the Body of ChristIn Catholics and Christians bread isrepresent as the body of Christ. Its calledsacramental bread and eat together withwine in Holy communion ceremony.And He took bread, gave thanks and broke it, andgave it to them, saying, “This is My body which isgiven for you; do this in remembrance of Me.” Luke 22:19
  16. 16. Increasing value of bread # 4 Bread as a food for other animals An left-over or expired bread can use to feed other animal such as pigeon, fish, or pig.
  17. 17. Increasing value of bread #5Bread as an artBeauty which you can eat but you don’t want to.
  18. 18. Increasing value of bread #6Bread as a hiding placeWhen you want to smuggling something,bread may be a good choice.
  19. 19. WarningNext topic contain image that may disturb viewerViewer discretion is advised.
  20. 20. Increasing value of bread #7Bread as an animal houseLike Hansel and Gretel but not for human and it is lookwarm enough for whole family. 
  21. 21. That is all Thank you for watching. And don’t forget to eat bread today All image in this slide are searched from Google.

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