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In times gone by, left over bread loaves or slices ended up in the garbage cans. There were very few options of what they could be useful for, but following the trend of the world in discovering ways by which waste can be reused, many bakers and cooks have found new recipes that used old bread particles or slices.

What greater worry could the baker have than how to keep the flour in the best usable form? Flour - of whatever kind, is very perishable and be easily contaminated by insect droppings, spills or stale air.

A good bread loaf doesn’t just happen. Though the baker has gone through the process of getting the ingredients together, they are not all dumped into the bowl and stirred at the same time. Careful calculations are done to ensure that the ingredients are in proportion.