The Bread Process<br />Mariana Bell<br />
First measure and mix the yeast and water, making sure the temperature is within 95-105 Degrees Farengight<br />
Next the dry ingredients (salt and flour) are carefully measured into a separate bowl.<br />
Electric Mixer<br />The standard electric mixture has a bread hook attachment that can serve as a standard way for combini...
Kneading<br />To finalize the process of mixing the new compounds and mixture the dough must be gently kneaded for a few m...
Rising<br />Next the dough must be set aside to rise. This should be in a bowl covered by a damp towel in a warm location;...
The Punch<br />Once the dough has risen completely, it must be (gently) punched down. This process is so that all of the c...
Baking<br />The dough is then placed in a preheated oven to bake<br />Such a high heat will kill the yeast<br />Thus stopp...
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    1. 1. The Bread Process<br />Mariana Bell<br />
    2. 2. First measure and mix the yeast and water, making sure the temperature is within 95-105 Degrees Farengight<br />
    3. 3. Next the dry ingredients (salt and flour) are carefully measured into a separate bowl.<br />
    4. 4. Electric Mixer<br />The standard electric mixture has a bread hook attachment that can serve as a standard way for combining all ingredients for bread, once measured separately and allowed specific resting time.<br />
    5. 5. Kneading<br />To finalize the process of mixing the new compounds and mixture the dough must be gently kneaded for a few moments, before being set to rise.<br />
    6. 6. Rising<br />Next the dough must be set aside to rise. This should be in a bowl covered by a damp towel in a warm location; this is so the yeast can grow and produce enough gas bubbles for the dough to rise completely.<br />
    7. 7. The Punch<br />Once the dough has risen completely, it must be (gently) punched down. This process is so that all of the carbon dioxide gas bubbles become evenly dispersed.<br />
    8. 8. Baking<br />The dough is then placed in a preheated oven to bake<br />Such a high heat will kill the yeast<br />Thus stopping its process of rising and growth<br />

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