9 Making White Bread

Making White Bread

Posted on September 3, 2012 by team

Bread has been one of the main food in Russia for centuries. But nowadays people often say that it’s quite difficult to find tasty bread.

We are going to visit a bakery in Pavlovsky Posad and see how real Russian bread is made. It’s gonna be curious.

Pavlovsky Posad, the place where the bakery is located

The building of the bakery


Laboratory where they check if the products are not infected with a flesh eating bacteria (joking). Here they just control the quality of the bread.

Tanks for sourdough

Process of production

The sourdough is mixed with flour. Though it looks weird!

Almost all children like to eat water-logged dough


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9 Responses to “Making White Bread”

  1. (r)evolutionist says:

    Peace, land, and bread. (don’t have the first two in America, luckily have the third)

  2. MAC says:

    some husky women making bread…

  3. davidka says:

    Not everything needs to be overly sterile.
    Can’t wait to make my breakfast :)).

  4. Tovarich Volk says:

    This is cool, but I for one would like to see how proper Russian black bread is made.

  5. todd says:

    Lets eat.

  6. Otis R. Needleman says:

    Looks like very good bread. Makes me hungry for some good bread, with butter. Wonder why the bread isn’t wrapped, though.

    • Liptonius says:

      Oddly, wrapping a good, crisp loaf (so prized by many) only makes the whole loaf soggy.

      We do it in the U.S. but really, have you ever had a wrapped loaf of bread that wasn’t bland and tired?

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