Survey on fermented foods with wheat flour in Switzerland (Lucerne)

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  • スイス(ルツェルン)における小麦粉発酵食品
  • スイス ルツェルン ニ オケル コムギコ ハッコウ ショクヒン

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Bread has been produced throughout history and reflects the cultural climate in many countries. A survey on fermented foods with wheat flour in Switzerland (Lucerne) was carried out in July 2008. Switzerland is surrounded by five countries (Germany, France, Italy, Austria, and Liechtenstein). Therefore, many kinds of breads reflecting the assimilated food culture derived from surrounding countries were available. German- type bread with mixture of rye flour and wheat flour was sold in Lucerne, and only yeast according to Wright's staining was observed in the bread. Both yeast and sour dough were observed in Vollkornbrot (a kind of bread) which has been a traditional fermented food with rye flour in Germany.


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