Tag Archives: baking

Smaller Bakery Process and Equipment – online video

After the previous post which showed an industrial baking operation, here are a few videos that show smaller scale baking. The first is a slightly mechanised bakery that is producing standard non industrial breads.

The next video is of a small artisinal bakery – these are becoming popular where health, environment and simplicity are traits that consumers are willing to pay more for.

The third video, published on YouTube by Vincent Talleu, shows his love for the tactile aspects of baking.

▶ Bakery Work YouTube

Please let me know if you find these videos useful or merely a waste of bandwidth and I will adjust my posting appropriately.

The Guardian Science Blog on Baking

This article from the Science Blog of the UK Guardian is really worth reading – its a great blend of the physical aspects of making a loaf of bread and some science down to the level of equations and protein structure.

 

The science and magic of breadmaking | Science | guardian.co.uk.jpg

from: Guadian.co.uk
(click image for full story online)

 

This isn’t really for the Food Technologist or the baker to learn about baking, but is rather a gentle and enjoyable read showing the interrelation between biological processes and science.