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Glutenfree Bread

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Bread is essentially a baked dough made with flour, salt and water. The mixture, in most cases, often contains yeast to ferment the dough and make it fluffier and softer. Currently, the most commonly cereal to make bread is wheat flour. Spelled, rye, barley, maize and rice are also used. Legally speaking, for a bread or rye bread espenla is called, you can carry 51% of the cereal and the remaining 49% is usually wheat.There are many types of bread which may contain different ingredients like vegetable or animal fat, eggs, sugar, spices, fresh fruit, dried fruit, vegetables and seeds. Then we name the bread as Vienna bread, brioche, milk bread, … We produce bread with whole grain flours, filtered / boiled water, olive oil, salt and yeast.

The bread made without the use of yeast is called matzah. The earliest elaborations not take bread yeast, flour and milled grain was mixed with water to be left to dry in the sun hand. The very popular in some cultures, flat breads may well be the legacy of the oldest. A variant of bread are cookies and cakes. Should you wish more details about cakes or cookies please visit the specific product page.

Bread was so important in human nutrition, which is considered as a synonym of food in many cultures. Bread is involved in many social and religious rituals, like matzoh at Passover, the Eucharist wafer Christian rite of welcome Slavs.

Some authors claim that bread was the staple of humanity since prehistoric times. One would imagine that at first it might have been a mass of semi-milled grains and slightly moist, which could have been cooked in the sun on a hot stone. There is another view, the “Paleolithic” diet, which holds that “before agriculture” humans would not be eating bread because they were nomadic. Settlements would  mean agricultural work involving harvest, storage, grinding and cooking bread.

Today bread is considered a basic food that can be found in almost any grocery and department stores. Its value is calculated as an economic benchmarks such as the consumer price index (CPI), used to determine changes in the cost of living in nations.

The quality and composition of water influence the formation of the dough. This is the reason why I use mineral or filtered water used in preparing the dough. We also use luminous water and resonance with healing mantras and bioacoustics. Fluoridated water can stop fermentation. The liquid in the mixture may also contain other liquids such as vegan milk, wine or beer or malt whiskey.

History:

Probably the first bread would have been made with fruit flour. They found fragments of unleavened bread the sites of the villages near the Swiss lakes. We know that the Egyptians elaborated bread baking ovens and used it as currency to pay wages.
In Rome,  legionaries were given three pounds of corn a day, which crushed in a mill hand shared by a group of soldiers.
In the Middle Ages because of wheat shortage other cereals begin to be used.

The historical evolution of the bread is based on three elements: the improvement and evolution of the mechanical elements that pulverized grains (mills, etc.), improvement of microorganisms that populate the yeast and the evolution of the furnaces and elements that provide heat.

Ingredients: organic, whole, vegan, km0

Glutenfree With yeast:

100% buckwheat bread (herbs, seeds or nuts*): Buckwheat flour or buckwheat *, filtered boiled water, extra virgin olive oil *, flax seed *, sunflower seeds * and sea salt *, yeast *.

Rice Bread + 50/50 buckwheat (and herbs, seeds or walnuts): Whole wheat flour * + buckwheat flour or buckwheat *, filtered boiled water, extra virgin olive oil *, flax seeds *, walnuts * and sea salt *, yeast *.

 

Organically produced ingredients. 100% organic production.

Allergens: Glutenfree. May contain nuts. May contain traces of almonds, hazelnuts.

Storage conditions: In a cool, dry place. Best before 1 week.

It can be used, once dried, as a basis to thicken a soup or a sauce, as crostini slices for a snack, and by deep frying it as soup crouttons.

Ingredients: organic, whole, vegan, km0

Glutenfree and yeastfree bread: chickpea flour *, boiled filtered water, vegetables (carrot, spinach, beets, broccoli, onion … according to season) *, linseed *, extra virgin olive oil *, and sea salt *.

Bread approved by Dr. Clavera. Http://www.medicinadeldesarrollo.com/dra-clavera-ortiz/

Organically produced ingredients. 100% organic production.

Allergens: Glutenfree. May contain nuts. May contain traces of almonds, hazelnuts, wallnuts.

Storage conditions: In a cool, dry place. Best before 1 week.

It can be used, once dried, as a basis to thicken a soup or a sauce, as crostini slices for a snack, and by deep frying it as soup crouttons.

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Topping

Sin, Tomillo, Romero, Amapola, Pipas Girasol, Pipas calabaza, Amapola, Aceitunas negras, Aceitunas verdes, Zanahora, Brócoli, Cebolla, Remolacha, Espinacas

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