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Thursday, 15 November 2018
 

Third Eye: The The Importance of Bread in Our Day Life

Bread is perhaps the most important item in our day life it has often been called the staff of life

. To give you an idea of the benefit we get from flour and bread, a Government survey showed that flour and bread provided us with more energy value, more protein, more iron, more nicotinic acid and more vitamin B1 than any other basic food. Bread comes to us in many interesting shapes and flavours; from the time-honoured 'cottage' loaf, to some of the delicious Vienna rolls.
Nowadays, the sliced and wrapped loaf is the most popular loaf of all. It is ideal for making sandwiches for picnics, and for workers' lunches; there is, however, an important drawback. If you like your bread with a beautiful rich golden crust on it, do not buy the ready-wrapped variety. One of the nicest things in life is to come home hungry from school or work, and have set before one the fresh, buttered crust from a well-done cottage or Coburg loaf.
Bread is such an important part of our lives that it ought to be taken more seriously, and enjoyed to the full. In your town, there are probably a number of bakers. Find the one whose bread you usually enjoy. Besides the ordinary white, whole meal and wheat meal loaves, many other kinds are on sale which the baker calls 'fancies'. There are the 'malt' breads, bread with currants, milk loaves (containing milk powder), and various tea breads. Then there is spiced bread, in the form of ginger-bread, but this really comes under the heading of cake, although in Holland it always features on the breakfast table.
Time is marching on in many fields of industry; total mechanisation is the order of the day, and as you have seen, the baking industry is rapidly becoming mechanised. An ordinary loaf needs about three-quarters of an hour in the oven at present. But already, electronic devices are being developed that can bake a loaf, by means of high-frequency heat, in three minutes. A loaf baked so quickly, though, has no time to form a crust-the product is not an attractive one. It would have a great use, though, in international emergencies, such as great earthquakes, floods, etc., when perhaps thousands of people would be in dire need of food. A neighbouring country could make and send huge batches of bread to the stricken area in a very short time.
One thing you can be sure of - bread is one of the finest foods it is possible to get; in fact, it would not be an exaggeration to say that we cannot do without it. There are many items of food and luxuries, such as ice-cream or sweets which we could well do without, and be far healthier for it. A balanced diet to keep you strong and well in mind and body must always contain that staff of life -good bread.
Let us be together me, you, and all people in our society to discover that people among us whom threaten the food security of our Sudanese nation, so hand by hand we will build our future because our role as citizens is very big role in this stage beginning from our selves then our families and our society after that we will protect all our country. We hop to achieve the unity of Sudanese people against all the actions which threaten the life of the citizens because we need the development going on and it’s the best way for successful.