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Unleavened bread

Unleavened bread

Updated: March 29, 2019 References

Unleavened bread is bread made without leavening agents (things that cause flour to increase) for example yeast, sodium bicarbonate, baking powder and beaten egg-whites. Unleavened bread is of effective significance in Christianity, utilized in the sacrament of Holy Breaking of the bread, and pointed out within the Bible to be eaten in the last supper Jesus distributed to his disciples, as well as in a number of other books from the Bible. Frequently places of worship depend on the part of the congregation who understands how to make unleavened bread to bake it for significant church holidays. ( it’s possible to add and/or substitute, increase accordingly, recipe quantities, when adding ground Oatmeal, Rye, Buckwheat, soy or any other ground pulse flour.)

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