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Channel: How To Make Everything
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HAPPY NEW YEAR FROM HTME! WE HAVE A LOT PLANNED FOR 2018. But first, to wrap up our last episode in our Preservatives Series.

Have you ever wondered what all those complicated ingredients are in your white bread? Are they dangerous and what are they actually doing to the bread? Is it true that some breads are made using drywall and human hair?

Andy visits a Baker and a Food Scientist to learn the pros and cons of using additives in your bread. He takes that knowledge and makes two batches of his own.

Thank you to Baker's Field Flour and Bread and Dr. Ted Labuza for helping us with this video

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