Although many of us stop eating bread because it contains high carbohydrates, that doesn’t mean we don’t like to eat bread! Walnut breads, sesame breads, olive breads, tahini breads… Who doesn’t love bread? Seamus Blackley, one of the creators of the Xbox game console, will be thinking the same thing as us, baking bread from a 4,500-year-old yeast. Let’s look at the details of this bread and how it is cooked together.
Seamus Blackley, the creator of the Xbox game console, shared this interesting bread cooking adventure with his followers on Twitter
Yeast, where the Egyptian and microbiologist collected samples of ancient Egyptian pottery with his two friends, think that it was used for making bread or beer at that time
Blackley used black flour to “revive antik this ancient yeast. After a week of waiting, the yeast is ready for use
Working with Blackley Ena Blackley wanted to make a loaf from this yeast, Ser says Serena Love. I want to make a beer. We’ve been working on this since May! [
Blackley thinks that if the right techniques are used, we can catch bacteria and yeasts in old pots
Blackley uses the same ingredients as yeast and bakes an interesting bread in ancient Egypt, saying that the smell and taste of this bread is different from what we are used to
kab The crust of the bread is light and the aroma and taste are incredible. I get emotional bile Even if you are not a bread expert, you can immediately understand the difference of this bread. The fact that the yeast works also makes me happy. 19
Scientists from all over the world have been experimenting with ancient food cultures for a long time. For example, at the University of Jerusalem in Israel last May, scientists produced beer with a 5,000-year-old yeast from a former beer pitcher
Blackley, many yeast samples and said they plan to make their own yeast collections over the years
He underlined that they use especially black and horasan wheat when baking bread. Thus, the closest flavor to ancient Egyptian breads was obtained
Blackley says this interesting bread is not like anything he had eaten before
With a much more intense and rich aroma than sourdough bread, this is just the beginning for Blackley. Blackley, who is not satisfied enough to cook bread in a technological oven in his kitchen, adds that he will try to do better
Those who follow all of this adventure on Twitter went crazy for the ancient Egyptian bread!