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The date of your plantation is as old as the history of the civilizations. Bread is the oldest and most important foodstuff known to humans. According to general acceptance, the first humans have been soaked with water and left to themselves. They have seen wheat pore pores appear, and when the porous mass is cooked on hot stones, they understand that taste and taste are good.
 
Polished Stone Age (Neolithic Age) It is also known that some of the herbal products such as Chestnut, Oak Palamudu are crushed and mixed with water, and then the dough obtained by baking on the hot stones or with ash is known. According to the information obtained from the researches made BC. In 4000 BC, Babillari knew how to make bread in private bakeries. Again BC. It is understood from the findings obtained with the excavations that the art of milling and baking was performed in the year 4300.
 
The Ancient Egyptians in 2600 BC, wheat flour and water obtained from the mixture of flour and yeast stalks were softer and more fluffy. They were aware of the various classes of Egyptian people have known for a long time. However, mined breads have gained so much value that in ancient Egypt these breads have begun to use the money applied to the northeastern. From Egypt, or later Western Europe, or yeast bread, has taken its place in the world in the last few decades.
 
The bread to the Central and other European countries was later spread from the south. Europeans used other products like rye before the wheat, but they started to make white bread in the buck in the 15th century. After the active recognition of microorganisms and of the yeast (19th century), bread production became an industrial branch. It is at the top of society that consumes the most bread in the world.
 
Wheat flour and bread produced from fermented dough are widely consumed in our country. But bread is produced from corn, oats, rye and similar cereals according to the region. Bread has been praised and sacred in almost all religions as a product of labor, a symbol of sorority, and a blessing to God's servants. In Islamic religion, bread is one of the most valuable foods.
 
As in Christianity and Judaism, there is a special place in your cultivation in Islamic culture. Baking also has an important place in cultures where your pie has a special place. According to our belief, Gabriel (AS) taught Adam (AS) to make bread by teaching him: for this reason the bakers accept Adam (AS) as "PIR". Prophet Muhammad (Prophet Muhammad) (Prophet Muhammad) in the time of the Medina Amr Bin Umran as the second "PIR" counts.
 
Source: http://www.msxlabs.org/forum/damak-tadi/16536-ekmek-hakkinda-her-sey.html#ixzz1SjxuYKV8