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Framing and reframing one loaf of cassava cheese bread

  1. 1. FRAMING AND REFRAMINGA LOAF OF CASSAVA CHEESE BREAD
  2. 2. CASSAVA NUTRITION FACTS• Cassava or yuca is a nutty flavored, starchy tuber of the spurge family (Euphorbiaceae) from the South-American origin. Its sweet crunchy underground tuber is a popular edible root since centuries in many parts of Africa, Asia and South American indigenous people. Some of common names include manioc, or mandioca in Brazil, manihot, tapioca and yuca. Scientific name: Manihot esculenta (Crantz).
  3. 3. CASSAVA TUBERS
  4. 4. CASSAVA NUTRITION FACTS• THE ROOT IS A SOURCE OF SOME IMPORTANT MINERALS LIKE ZINC, MAGNESIUM, COPPER, IRON AND MANGANESE IT ALSO HAS POTASSIUM (271MG PER 100G OR 6% OF RDA. POTASSIUM IS AN IMPORTANT COMPONENT OF CELL AND BODY FLUIDS THAT HELP REGULATE HEART RATE AND BLOOD PRESSURE.• CASSAVA IS VERY LOW IN FATS AND PROTEIN THAN CEREALS AND PULSES, BUT IT HAS MORE PROTEIN THAN THAT OF OTHER TROPICAL FOOD SPURCES LIKE YAM, POTATO, PLANTAIN ETC• CASSAVA IS FREE FROM GLUTEN. GLUTEEN FREE STARCH IS USED IN SPECIAL FOOD PREPARATIONS FOR CELIAC DISEASE PATIENTS.• YOUNG TENDER CASSAVA LEAVES ARE A GOOD SOURCE OF DIETARY PROTEINS AND VITAMIN K. VITAMIN K HAS A POTENTIAL ROLE IN BONE MASS BUILDING BY PROMOTING OSTEOTROPHIC ACTIVITY IN BONES.• CASSAVA HAS NEARLY TWICE THE CALORIES THAN POTATOES, PERHAPS THE HIGHEST FOR ANY TROPICAL STRCH RICH TUBERS AND ROOTS 100G ROOT PROVIDES 160 CALORIES. THEIR CALORIES MAINLY COMES FROM SUCROSE FORMING BULK OF THE SUGARS IN TUBERS, ACCOUNTING FOR MORE THAN 69% OF THE TOTAL SUGARS
  5. 5. CASSAVA CHEEZE BREAD (Pão de queijo )
  6. 6. ORIGIN OF CASSAVA CHEESE BREAD• THIS RECEIPE IS FROM BRAZIL AND IT IS A POPULA SNACK AND BREAKFAST FOOD CALLED PAO DE QUEIJO, IT IS CHEWY ON THE INSIDE, CRISP ON THE OUTSIDE (NOT TOO CRISPY) THE BREAD IS MEDE FROM CASSAVA (MANDIOCA) FLOOR, EGG, MILK, SALT AND CHEESE
  7. 7. CREATIVE VALUE OF CASSAVA CHEESE BREAD• ONE LOAF OF CHEESE BREAD CAN BE TAKEN WITH TEA AS BREAKFAST.
  8. 8. CASSAVA CHEESE BREAD AND TEA
  9. 9. CREATIVE VALUE OF CASSAVA CHEESE BREAD• ONE LOAF OF CHEESE BREAD CAN MADE INTO SANDWISH WITH SWEET FRUIT-BASED FILLINGS FOR LUNCH.
  10. 10. CREATIVE VALUE OF CASSAVA CHEESE BREAD• ONE LOAF OF CHEESE BREAD CAN TAKEN WITH HOT AFRICAN LOCAL SAUCE AND NUTS FOR DINNER/DERSERT.
  11. 11. CASSAVA CHEESE BREAD AND TEA
  12. 12. CASSAVA CHEESE BREAD IF YOU WANT TO BE A NATURALIST!The easiest way to make friendship
  13. 13. CASSAVA CHEESE BREAD AND RUSSIAN DRINKKvass is one of the national drinks of Russia. It is usually made of bread. Kvass is of very low alcoholiccontent (0.7 to 2.2%). Kvass is sometimes called in English a bread drink. Below is a simple kvass recipe.• Ingredients• 1.3 gal. water• 1.1 lbs. black rye bread• 0.45 oz. yeast• 3.5 oz. sugar• 0.35 oz. mint• Preparation• 1. Slice the bread and dry it in the oven. The rusks should be ruddy but not burnt.• 2. Put the rusks in the sausepan, pour the boiling water, cover the contents and draw for 2-3 hours.• 3. Strain the infusion through clothing without pressing, add the yeast, mint and sugar.• 4. When kvass starts to foam, filter it again, pour out in bottles, put 3-5 raisins into each bottle and cork them.• 5. Leave kvass for 2-3 days until it is ready.
  14. 14. CASSAVA CHEESE BREAD AND RUSSIAN WEDDING TRADITIONWho took the biggest bite,will become the head of the family!
  15. 15. CASSAVA CHEESE BREAD IF YOU GO HIKING!You should make a rusk!
  16. 16. CASSAVA CHEESE BREAD IF YOU ARE FEEL BORINGYou can make a trolleybus (but why?)
  17. 17. CASSAVA CHEESE BREAD AND MENThe smell of fresh bread in the house attracts men. Checked!
  18. 18. CASSAVA CHEESE BREAD AND OUR LIFEAs Russians say, bread - whole head!

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