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Le Pain

Le pain est l’aliment de base traditionnel de nombreuses cultures. Il est fabriqué à partir des ingrédients qui sont la farine et l’eau. Il contient généralement du sel. D’autres ingrédients s’ajoutent selon le type de pain et la manière dont il est préparé culturellement. Lorsqu’on ajoute le levain ou la levure, la pâte du pain est soumise à un gonflement dû à la fermentation.

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