What is unleavened bread?

Answer Unleavened bread is flour and water, which has been mixed into a dough and baked without any leavening (such as yeast) added. A leavening is used to generate air pockets in the dough, which causes ... Read More »

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How to Make Unleavened Bread?

Unleavened bread is bread made without leavening agents (ingredients that cause fermentation to occur) such as yeast, baking soda, baking powder and beaten egg whites. Unleavened bread is of great ... Read More »

Is pita bread unleavened?

Pita bread is not unleavened because it contains yeast. Popular in the United States, pita bread originated in Middle Eastern countries such as Israel and Syria. Pita is often used for sandwich wra... Read More »

How is unleavened bread made?

Unleavened bread is used in religious ceremonies in the Christian and Jewish faiths. It is a remembrance of both the Passover, when the Jews were escaping from Egypt, and the death of Jesus Christ... Read More »

How to Make Unleavened Bread in the Microwave?

Unleavened bread -- flat bread made without yeast -- is a traditional Jewish food consumed during the week of Passover. According to Moses' instructions in Exodus 12:19, "For seven days no yeast is... Read More »