heavy bread

heavy bread

and heavy money
n. a great deal of money. Man, that car cost some heavy bread. He can afford it. He pulls down some heavy bread.
See also: bread, heavy
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The gluten can be stretched too far and start to 'shatter', resulting in a flat and heavy bread.
FROM a stodgy souffle to a rather good burger to a heavy bread and butter pudding, the food at Bluu was, to say the least, uneven.
These pins are good for rolling dough for heavy bread because they are easy to grip.
As we come round, pinon smoke ascends above the hornos with their heavy bread, nourishing as breasts.
Hard red spring wheat has plenty of gluten, so it makes rather heavy bread.
COUNTRYSIDE: Here is a suggestion for folks who have heavy bread "bricks" coming out of the oven.
Rye bread Common in Germany, this dark, heavy bread should be sliced thinly and goes with spicy sausage and pickled vegetables.
American rolling pins are good for rolling dough for heavy bread because they are easy to grip.
I'm not a fan of heavy bread with deep-fried this, melted that and drizzled whatever and asked for some plain bread, for mopping up, not fattening out.
Rye: Rye contains very little gluten and produces a heavy bread.
3-4 loaves of stale or heavy bread 1/3 -1/2 cup Italian spice mix 1/4 cup (or more) dried parsley 1 tablespoon powdered or granulated onion 1 teaspoon powdered or granulated garlic 2 cups olive or vegetable oil
Heavy bread -- The gluten is too weak or there is too much water in proportion to the flour; too little or too poor yeast, insufficient kneading, rising or baking.