For my TALONS TALK, I chose to research how the amount of yeast and type of flour affect bread because of my interest in cooking and baking!
Here’s my final presentation:
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Why should you care?
Well, you should care about this because bread is a food that pretty much everyone has eaten once in their lives, and a lot have also made their own. This info can help you make a better decision on what type of bread you want to buy (as there are labels on the back). The info can also help inform you of what to buy to make your next loaf of bread better than the last. Flour is commonly used in pretty much everything that’s baked as well, so you should care about the info presented here to properly learn about what flour to use for which kind of situation, and not to buy the incorrect type for your intended purpose.
In the very near future, I will be conducting an experiment on the info I have acquired, and from the results of my experiment, I will conclude whether or not my findings were accurate or not (I’m confident they are, though).
Here’s a link to both my script and the PowerPoint in the video:
(The reason why there isn’t a lot of animations in my PowerPoint is that my computer can’t handle it that well, and it would’ve lagged the presentation.)
Food Network Kitchen. (n.d.). Ever Wondered What Makes Bread Rise? Retrieved October 16, 2020, from https://www.foodnetwork.com/how-to/packages/food-network-essentials/which-process-used-make-bread-rise
Food Network Kitchen. (n.d.). Flour 101. Retrieved October 19, 2020, from https://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/packages/baking-guide/flour-101-guide-to-different-types-and-uses
Halloran, A. (2016, January 14). What Is Flour? Retrieved October 18, 2020, from https://www.thekitchn.com/what-is-flour-227105
Liang, L. H. (2020, October 28). Interview on the research Mrs. Liang has collected over the years regarding bread making. [Personal interview].
Miquel, J. (Director). (2020, May 9). How to Pronounce Saccharomyces cerevisiae? (CORRECTLY) Baking, Winemaking, Brewing Yeast [Video file]. Retrieved October 29, 2020, from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9QL3HbfOe_k
Red Star. (2014). What is Yeast? Retrieved October 16, 2020, from https://redstaryeast.com/science-yeast/what-is-yeast/
Simpson, S. (Director), Garty, E. (Writer), & TED-Ed (Producer). (2016, January 19). The beneficial bacteria that make delicious food – Erez Garty [Video file]. Retrieved October 15, 2020, from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eksagPy5tmQ
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