Definition of Salt-rising bread

1. Noun. White wheat bread raised by a salt-tolerant bacterium in a mixture of salt and either cornmeal or potato pulp.

Generic synonyms: Bread, Breadstuff, Staff Of Life



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Salt-rising Bread

salsoda
salsola
salsolidine
salsoline alkaloids
salsuginous
salt
salt-and-pepper
salt-cured
salt-depletion crisis
salt-effect distillation
salt-free diet
salt-green
salt-losing defect
salt-losing nephritis
salt-losing syndrome
salt-rising bread (current term)
salt action
salt and pepper
salt away
salt bridge
salt cedar
salt cedars
salt cellar
salt cellars
salt clay
salt cod
salt cods
salt depletion
salt depletion syndrome
salt dome

Literary usage of Salt-rising bread

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1. The Source, Chemistry and Use of Food Products by Edgar Henry Summerfield Bailey (1914)
"It has been recently shown by HA Kohman,1 that true gas-forming bacteria will grow under the conditions prevalent in making salt-rising bread, and the gas ..."

2. Virginia Cookery-book by Mary Stuart Smith (1912)
"Quick Biscuits.—Soda Biscuit.—Golden Loaf of Albemarle.—Brandon Rolls.—Old Maids.—Brown Bread.—Rusks, Nos. and 2.—Apple Bread.—salt-rising bread. ..."

3. Leavening Agents: Yeast, Leaven, Salt-rising Fermentation, Baking Powder by Richard Newell Hart (1914)
"It rose well and when baked had all the characteristics of salt- rising bread. These experiments have settled definitely that the salt-rising organism is a ..."

4. Baker's Bread by Paul Richards (1918)
"SALT RISING BREAD. One of the most important points to be looked after in making salt-rising bread is heat. It must have heat from start to finish. ..."

5. Bacteriology and Mycology of Foods by Fred Wilbur Tanner (1919)
"This lias been known for generations under the name of " salt-rising " bread. As suggested by the name, the fermentation is a spontaneous one. ..."

6. A Manual of Home-making by Martha Van Rensselaer (1919)
"salt-rising bread An old-fashioned bread, the making of which is almost a lost art to-day, is called salt-rising bread. No yeast is used. ..."

7. The Source, Chemistry and Use of Food Products by Edgar Henry Summerfield Bailey (1914)
"It has been recently shown by HA Kohman,1 that true gas-forming bacteria will grow under the conditions prevalent in making salt-rising bread, and the gas ..."

8. Virginia Cookery-book by Mary Stuart Smith (1912)
"Quick Biscuits.—Soda Biscuit.—Golden Loaf of Albemarle.—Brandon Rolls.—Old Maids.—Brown Bread.—Rusks, Nos. and 2.—Apple Bread.—salt-rising bread. ..."

9. Leavening Agents: Yeast, Leaven, Salt-rising Fermentation, Baking Powder by Richard Newell Hart (1914)
"It rose well and when baked had all the characteristics of salt- rising bread. These experiments have settled definitely that the salt-rising organism is a ..."

10. Baker's Bread by Paul Richards (1918)
"SALT RISING BREAD. One of the most important points to be looked after in making salt-rising bread is heat. It must have heat from start to finish. ..."

11. Bacteriology and Mycology of Foods by Fred Wilbur Tanner (1919)
"This lias been known for generations under the name of " salt-rising " bread. As suggested by the name, the fermentation is a spontaneous one. ..."

12. A Manual of Home-making by Martha Van Rensselaer (1919)
"salt-rising bread An old-fashioned bread, the making of which is almost a lost art to-day, is called salt-rising bread. No yeast is used. ..."

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