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.


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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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