Books about Bread

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Bread Books
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Bread Books
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Bread Books

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Willis, L. L. (1936). Bread: past and present. A lecture delivered in the City Hall, Manchester, on Thursday, May 7th, 1936. [With a portrait.], Manchester.

Wilson William, C. (1949). Bread of Freedom, etc. London, English Universities Press.

Wilson, M. and N. Palmer (1987). Baking and bread. Twickenham, Hamlyn.

Wood, T. B. P. and E. Royal Agricultural Society of (1912). The composition and food value of bread, London.

Woodford, H. G. (1920). Bread, beauty and brotherhood, Manchester.

Woods, C. D., L. H. Merrill, et al. (1904). Studies on the digestibility and nutritive value of bread at the Maine Agricultural Experiment Station 1899-1903. Washington, Govt. Print. Off.

Woodward, W. E. (1925). Bread & circuses. New York and London, Harper & brothers.

Words (1862). Plain Words about Cookery: being practical instructions to housekeepers, cooks. on storekeeping, preserving, bread-making, roasting, and boiling. Also hints about fowls. By the author of "Flowers for Window Gardens.", London.

World Food, P. and D. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Information (1979). World Food Programme in Egypt: bread and stones: the salvage of the Philae monuments. Rome, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.

Worlock, D. J. H. and F. Merseyside Enterprise (1984). 'More than bread and circuses': a second look at the chip: a further report by the Panel established by the Merseyside Enterprise Forum to consider the social implications of advancing technology. S.l, s.n.

Worthy, W. (1962). All about a loaf of bread, Longmans.

Yapp, G. W. (1870). Bread made from whole wheat.

Yassin, M. S. B. M. (1980). The physiological and ecological characteristics of the red bread mould, University of Bath.

Yates, A. (2003). Fresh bread in the morning from your bread machine. Tadworth, Elliot Right Way.

Yates, M. (1882). Bread Reform League. Wheat-meal Bread. London, Jarrold & Sons.

Yates, M. (1907). Experiments on the digestibility and nutritive value of bread, made at the University of Minnesota, U.S.A. Comments by M. Yates, [London].

Yates, P. O. a. F. o. t. T.-T. T. (1950). The case against yeast. A plea for bread reform, [Liverpool.

Yousif Ali, K. (1989). Processing of date paste and its utilization in bread making, University of London.

Yousif, A. K. (1989). Processing of date paste and its utilisation in bread making.

Ziegler-Purcell Ulrike, G. and R. University of (2002). Rheological mechanisms governing variation in the extent of gas cell expansion in bread dough. Reading, University of Reading.

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