The Story of a Loaf of Bread

Thomas Barlow WOOD (1869 - 1929)

According to the author in the preface, he has "ventured to write this little book with some diffidence, for it deals with farming, milling and baking, subjects on which everyone has his own opinion." The earlier chapters give a brief sketch of the growing and marketing of wheat, followed by chapters on various aspects that impact the quality of wheat, the baking process and the characteristic of the final product, bread. The author aimed at making the reader realise that the farmer’s share in the production of the staple food of the people is by no means the simple affair it appears to be. - Summary by Leni

Genre(s): Crafts & Hobbies, Cooking

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 Wheat-growing Karl Thornton
00:23:53
Play 02 Marketing jenno
00:21:47
Play 03 The Quality of Wheat jenno
00:31:13
Play 04 The Quality of Wheat from the Miller's Point of View Linda Johnson
00:33:58
Play 05 The Milling of Wheat realisticspeakers
00:26:05
Play 06 Baking Kathleen Moore
00:25:53
Play 07 The Composition of Bread mpcarlisle
00:15:54
Play 08 Concerning Different Kinds of Bread Linda Johnson
00:30:11