Science and the Enterprises

Bread: from a Grain to a Round Loaf

There are 1450 kilometers from Moscow to Stavropol. The population is 400 thousand people. Several bread-baking plants are involved in providing Stavropol with bread. The enterprise possesses its own mill complex. It's a complicated miltistep production. 60 tonnes are got from different mill sorts a day that are used to create masterpieces by Stavropol bakers. Irina Pudova was lucky to view not only the process of baking but even how flour is made of a grain. *Korovai is a traditional Ukrainian, Russian and Polish bread, most often used at weddings, where it has great symbolic meaning.

Director Sergey Ermolenko

Presenter Irina Pudova

Year 2010

Duration 00:27:04

Director Sergey Ermolenko

Presenter Irina Pudova

There are 1450 kilometers from Moscow to Stavropol. The population is 400 thousand people. Several bread-baking plants are involved in providing Stavropol with bread. The enterprise possesses its own mill complex. It's a complicated miltistep production. 60 tonnes are got from different mill sorts a day that are used to create masterpieces by Stavropol bakers. Irina Pudova was lucky to view not only the process of baking but even how flour is made of a grain. *Korovai is a traditional Ukrainian, Russian and Polish bread, most often used at weddings, where it has great symbolic meaning.

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