When Bread Lame Is Not Bread Without Yeast
Bread lame is a common bread that is made with lard or olive oil.
It’s often used to make sourdough bread.
When it’s made without yeast it is called a bread without yeast.
The bread is usually made with bread flour, which is made from the yeast that’s naturally present in the bread.
Yeast in bread can contribute to the sourdairy flavor and sourness.
Lard and olive oil are also commonly used to add the sourness and sour taste to breads.
Yeasts also create an enzyme that breaks down the natural sugars in the dough.
When the yeast is absent, the dough is made sour.
The sour flavor and/or sourness is due to the absence of the yeast.
There are other types of lard and oils, including lard-based oils that contain lard, and oils that use lard as a base.
The ingredients are generally similar.
In the bread recipe, the lard is left out and the yeast and base are added to bring out the sour flavor.
If you’re interested in finding out what happens in breadmaking, you can read more about the sourlady.
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