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Published by Corn Products Refining Co. in New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Cooking (Bread)

Book details:

The Physical Object
Pagination45 pages :
Number of Pages45
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26760403M
OCLC/WorldCa30745831

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  The Role of Sweeteners in Dough On the other hand, sugar plays several roles in dough besides that of yeast-food. Like salt, it's a flavor enhancer. White sugar, honey, brown sugar and all the other variations add their own subtle flavor to bread. Yeast, in the form of a nonleavening yeast product or a yeast extract, has a fla-vor profile of its own, and can be used as a flavor enhancer in many food products in-cluding bread. Only when using very high levels of yeast (over 10 percent compressed yeast) the taste may become objectionable because of bitterness. Yeast fermentation.   Dough #3, minute autolyse: The flour and water are gently mixed and allowed to rest for 60 minutes. After the rest, the salt and instant yeast are added and the dough is kneaded. Dough #4, minute autolyse with yeast: The flour, water, and instant yeast are mixed together in the autolyse. After the minute rest, the salt is added and the.   First off, that fresh yeast yields more robust flavor. And secondly, the bread makes use of a long fermentation period, aka an overnight rest, to develop flavor.