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LOAF OFBREAD Welcome    to BREAD     ACADEMY for   children and adults!
Lesson 1: Healthy foodComposition of BreadProtein-15%Thiamin-30%Niacin-7%Riboflavin-4%Iron1-4%Calcium-6%Energy-9%B...
Lesson 2 for children:TOYS OF BREAD We can make toys of bread when you  don`t have any toy for your child. Dough of the ...
Lesson 3: A story on how breadsaved the life of a women A Sterling woman has revealed that a loaf of bread helped save he...
Lesson 4: A fairy tale about the girlwhich stepped on the breadThere was a small, naughty and arrogant girls.Once mother a...
Lesson 5: Empathy FEED A HUNGRY PERSON  Project Bread is an antihunger organization creating and promoting  programs to he...
Lesson 6: ARTBread is used in art to create, drawing & painting on bread, creating models, etc. This is taking place as a...
Lesson 7: Culture differences
Lesson 8: TASTINGNew recipesMany Chefs use bread to make new kind of dishes.Even in India people make different kind of ...
Lesson 9: Nano-Tech    BREAD CRUMBS       used for breading  or crumbing foods, topping          casseroles,       stuffin...
Lesson 10: ExperimentingUSE IT AS YOU WANT When I’m unable to find a cloth to wipe away the  milk spilled over the floor ...
Summarize lessons: a Bread Loaf can beused in many ways Feed a hungry person Create new innovations in art using bread ...
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  1. 1. LOAF OFBREAD Welcome to BREAD ACADEMY for children and adults!
  2. 2. Lesson 1: Healthy foodComposition of BreadProtein-15%Thiamin-30%Niacin-7%Riboflavin-4%Iron1-4%Calcium-6%Energy-9%Bread comprises a lot of potential nutrients
  3. 3. Lesson 2 for children:TOYS OF BREAD We can make toys of bread when you don`t have any toy for your child. Dough of the bread is put into the shape of a toy and then Baked. Some children like to play with their food, therefore this is a right choice for them. But there is one problem with it, “IT DOES NOT LAST FOR LONGER TIME”.
  4. 4. Lesson 3: A story on how breadsaved the life of a women A Sterling woman has revealed that a loaf of bread helped save her life during a car crash. Mother-of-two Liz Douglas explained that her £1.15 medium-sliced Hovis Soft White loaf cushioned her head after her car hit a telegraph pole. Her Nissan Note became a write-off after it flipped over, but thankfully she walked away with just minor cuts and bruises. She told The Mirror: "It stopped my head hitting the top of the car, and saved my life. "Ive written Hovis an email to say thank you. Ill always feel a certain loyalty to it now.“ Douglas added that she has kept the loaf of bread as a reminder of the incident.* Source :wikipedia
  5. 5. Lesson 4: A fairy tale about the girlwhich stepped on the breadThere was a small, naughty and arrogant girls.Once mother asked her to bring bread to the grandmother.On the way she stepped on bread in order not to wet her new shoes.As punishment a witch made turned her into small bird.And she could become a girl again only after she has collected enough crop for one load of bread. Author: Hans Christian Andersson
  6. 6. Lesson 5: Empathy FEED A HUNGRY PERSON Project Bread is an antihunger organization creating and promoting programs to help end hunger in Massachusetts. With the Chefs in Schools Initiative, the organization is changing school food. The Initiative is a joint effort with Project Bread and the City of Boston to change what kids eat in the school cafeteria. Making sure kids don’t go hungry when theyre not in school, sites around the state allow low-income children the opportunity for free or reduced priced meals. According to Project Breads 2010 status report, 660,000 people in Massachusetts are hungry. Project Bread is trying to eliminate the number of food insecure people with the Food Source Hotline, where people can find out how to get the help they need. Project Bread has also created an easy website to help residents apply for food stamps.
  7. 7. Lesson 6: ARTBread is used in art to create, drawing & painting on bread, creating models, etc. This is taking place as a new form of art.
  8. 8. Lesson 7: Culture differences
  9. 9. Lesson 8: TASTINGNew recipesMany Chefs use bread to make new kind of dishes.Even in India people make different kind of dishes using bread. For Ex:- Bread Roll, Cutlet, Bread Pakoda.People even make good combinations with bread like- Milk with bread, Noodles with bread, Soup with bread, etc.Everyone should try to make new recipes with bread.
  10. 10. Lesson 9: Nano-Tech BREAD CRUMBS used for breading or crumbing foods, topping casseroles, stuffing poultry, thickening stews, addingInexpensive bulk to meat loaves
  11. 11. Lesson 10: ExperimentingUSE IT AS YOU WANT When I’m unable to find a cloth to wipe away the milk spilled over the floor I use my bread to soak it away. When I get injured and I can not find cotton then I use my bread. In hostel we friends use bread to make cakes by applying jam over them and make Maggie sandwich secretly. I and my petty eat bread and butter late night when the fridge is empty. Breads can also used as baits as they are soft and attract fishes towards themselves, which help fishers. Absorb odours while cooking food. Remove burnt flavors from overcooked rice. Soak up grease spills.
  12. 12. Summarize lessons: a Bread Loaf can beused in many ways Feed a hungry person Create new innovations in art using bread Create new recipes Create new types of toys Use it as a bait Use it as a decorative item Use it as a swipe Use it as a potion The best thing for a long trip

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