Yakut research vicinities figured out how to make bread without the familiar flour. Here wheat grown on Yakutia’s fields, is converted into tasty bread. Despite this, it is assumed that the Yakut wheat is not suitable for the preparation of the key product.
Entrepreneur Fedor Kurchatov reveals the production secret: "The process begins with us clearing the grain, and then putting it in such containers, which maintain a certain temperature. Then we keep it there for forty-eight hours. After that the grain swells and a little sprout breaks, then we have the pulp.” Then sprouted wheat or rye dispersion process takes place, or, to put it simply, it is finely milled. After adding leaven, the resulting mass is kneaded and spread in a special form. The weight of one loaf is 700 grams. Scientists have proved that it contains as much fiber as a 5 kg apple.
The cost of wheat and rye is nearly 1.5 times cheaper than flour. Purchase of local raw materials has a positive effect on both parties’ finances. With the right approach, bread from sprouted grains can become a profitable business. There are plans for production of frozen semi-manufactured goods, which will only need baking. Then the product could become accessible to everyone living in the Republic.
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