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13 Premium Class Bread Production

Premium Class Bread Production

Posted on December 3, 2011 by


We have already shown you a bread-baking process in one of our previous posts, but this time we want to tell you about premium class bread and how it is made.

So, first of all, they have to make leaven from yeast and flour. In these tanks, the leaven ferments for about 14 hours.

Then, they pour the leaven into a large bowl.

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13 Responses to “Premium Class Bread Production”

  1. EngrishBob says:

    I’ve worked in some bakeries that were a lot less clean than this. This place must be relatively new.

  2. (r)evolutionist says:

    My fav bread: Russian rye.

  3. DougW says:

    om nom nom nom

  4. zalone says:

    très bon post,j’adore le bon pain sutour celui que je fabrique ,mais sur les photos les baguettes on l’aire extra ,beau travail que celui du boulanger.Il n’y a pas qu’en france que l’on fabrique du bon pain !

  5. beaver hunter says:

    You mean my whole wheat flour, soda, and oil biscuits cooked on a flat stone at my campfire, while my horse snorts and paws the ground, while I play my harmonica – IS NOT PREMIUM BREAD??!!

  6. Otis R. Needleman says:

    Looks great!

  7. CZenda says:

    I do not get the point. A bakery.
    The smell of roasted sunflower seeds makes me sick.

  8. Mercal says:

    95% of Russia cannot afford this bread.

    • ayaa says:

      An incendiary warhead on a Iskander raining down on you, would be of great benefit to everybody.

    • jaxo says:

      95% of Russia can afford this bread but they make there own! I was in Novgorod not to long ago and someone gave me some homemade bread its was freaking delicious!

    • Ivan says:

      Despite of american economy, russias economy is growing actually, well let´s say 30% of russians can´t afford this bread

    • Sean says:

      Boring point here would be that actually 95% of Russians can afford this bread. I am sorry to bottom-line the point but this kind of bread cannot be afforded by 50% of American population. Alas.

  9. Matlok says:

    A crusty loaf with fresh butter, some cheese, sounds good to me!

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