Reframing a Loaf of Bread…By: Team 26050
BREAD CONTENT   Bread is Ageless   Bread is Universal   Bread is Senseless   Bread is Sensual   Bread is Life   Brea...
BREAD IS AGELESS   Bread was first made 30,000    years ago   Bread signified a quantum leap in    cooking innovation th...
BREAD IS UNIVERSAL   Bread is consumed throughout    the world   Bread is consumed by all    genders and ages           ...
BREAD IS SENSELESSBread cannot:   Hear   Feel   See   Smell   Taste
BREAD IS SENSUALBread affects all our senses:   Hear it being cut, rubbing    and impact with a plate   Feel its rough s...
BREAD IS LIFE !Bread starts your day                                                  Bread is Love                       ...
BREAD REFRAMEDBread seems to affect all our senses, including the mostimportant sense our “sixth sense” called…..         ...
BREAD HAS VALUE!A loaf from the bakery costs anywhere from $1.99-$3.99.The purchase of bread helps the bakery - helping th...
BREAD HAS VALUE!    In Israel, the most usual phrase in work-related    demonstrations is "lekhem, avoda" [bread, work],...
BREAD’S inGenius USES   Bread erasers used before 1770   Remove scorched taste from rice by placing    a slice of white ...
How does BREAD move you?
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  1. 1. Reframing a Loaf of Bread…By: Team 26050
  2. 2. BREAD CONTENT Bread is Ageless Bread is Universal Bread is Senseless Bread is Sensual Bread is Life Bread Reframed Bread has Value Bread’s inGenius Uses
  3. 3. BREAD IS AGELESS Bread was first made 30,000 years ago Bread signified a quantum leap in cooking innovation that is evolving continuously Bread was the symbol of food, money and health – it continues in this role Bread has a short life-span and has essentially remained unchanged 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. 4. BREAD IS UNIVERSAL Bread is consumed throughout the world Bread is consumed by all genders and ages EGYPT UK Bread takes on any shape Bread is used in religions Bread is often the most affordable form of food Bread can be used to determine USA the “relative cost of living” Bread brings families together and symbolises security AFRICA S. AMERICA
  5. 5. BREAD IS SENSELESSBread cannot: Hear Feel See Smell Taste
  6. 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. 7. BREAD IS LIFE !Bread starts your day Bread is Love Bread give you characterBread gets you working In jail you survive off “bread and water”
  8. 8. BREAD REFRAMEDBread seems to affect all our senses, including the mostimportant sense our “sixth sense” called….. “OUR SENSE OF VALUE”How do we value bread…is it what we pay for it or is theresomething deeper?Worth a few cents? Worth $100? Worth its weight in Gold?
  9. 9. BREAD HAS VALUE!A loaf from the bakery costs anywhere from $1.99-$3.99.The purchase of bread helps the bakery - helping theeconomy, creating a job for somebody trying to make aliving, promoting small business.The purchase of that one loaf of bread helps the personwho bought it - fed a hungry family, fed the homeless/hungry, etc.So the action of purchasing just one loaf of bread, created"x" outcomes
  10. 10. BREAD HAS VALUE! In Israel, the most usual phrase in work-related demonstrations is "lekhem, avoda" [bread, work], Bread became a euphemism for money, "bread-winner“ "the greatest thing since sliced bread". In Russia in 1917, Lenin and his fellow Bolsheviks promised "Peace, Land, and Bread.” The term "breadbasket" is often used to denote an agriculturally productive region. In Slavic cultures bread and salt is offered as a welcome to all guests. In India, lifes basic necessities are often referred to as "roti, kapra aur makan" (bread, cloth, and house).ke other foods, choosing the "right" kind of bread is used as a type of social signalling, to let others know, for example, that the person buying expensive bread is financially secure, or the person buying whatever type of bread that the current fashions deem most healthful is a health-conscious consumer
  11. 11. 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 Soften up hard marshmallows by sealing Bread Eraser slices of fresh bread with the marshmallows Absorb vegetable odors by placing a piece of white bread on top of the pot Soak up grease and stop flare-ups when broiling meat by placing white bread in your drip pan Bread Shoes Pick up glass fragments by pressing a slice of bread over the glass fragments Dust oil paintings with bread Serve soup in a bread bowl Bread Bowl
  12. 12. How does BREAD move you?

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