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Food For Life offers five varieties of bread: 7 Sprouted Grain 3 varieties of Ezekiel Sprouted Whole Grain (Flax Low Sodium & Sesame) and Sprouted Whole Grain&Seed. Dave s Killer Bread offers eight varieties of bread: 21 Whole Grain Good Seed Power Seed Blues Bread Cracked Wheat Sprouted Wheat Good Seed Spelt and Rockin Rye. All of the five varieties of bread from Food For Life do not use any sugar of any kind. All of the 7 varieties of Dave s Killer Bread use either organic dried cane syrup or organic cultured wheat (or both) as a natural preservative. For any of Dave s breads the amount of sugar added averages 4 grams per slice. For those of you cutting carbs to get that ripped body ready for the stage you may want to choose bread s from Food For Life exclusively in that 12 week pre show prep time.
You ll also need to be prepared for the heat. Use your potholders to remove the pan when the jam cycle ends. Jam is hot when it finishes and you can burn yourself pretty badly if you don t use the proper protection. Make sure that the containers you pour your jam into are heat-safe too. The jam you make is safe for canning. It isn t. You ll need to use the jam within a week so the fact that you can t double your batches is probably good. Also don t puree your fruits ahead of time. The best bread machine jams are made with cubed or diced fruit. Adjusting sugar is another no-no. Sugar helps to create the texture of the jam and using too much or too little could yield something closer to fruit candy or fruit syrup instead of jam. Making jam is not a way to use up fruit that isn t quite ripe or that is going bad. The best flavors are achieved from perfectly ripe fruits that have no bad spots or imperfections. Overripe and unripe fruit can spoil the flavor of jam by making it slightly sour or acrid. For new flavor combinations use fruits that have similar levels of acidity. Blackberries strawberries and raspberries can be combined readily for example.
Improvers are additives used to quicken the rising time increase volume and enhance texture. Salt is one of the most common improvers; it is used to enhance flavour and the crumb (the inside of the bread) by strengthening the gluten. Improvers may include ascorbic acid and ammonium chloride. Certain fats such as butter vegetable oils lard and egg fat are solid at room temperature. These shortenings as they are known are used to keep the structure together during the development of the gluten. A fat content of about 3% by weight is considered best to enhance leavening. Fats also help tenderise bread and preserve its freshness. Cooking is usually by baking in an oven. But bread can be made by frying in oil (eg Indian puri) baking on a dry frying pan (eg Mexican tortillas) and by steaming (eg Chinese mantou).