In making bread, he explained, you have to let it slowly rise twice, and each time knock it down to get out bubbles of a certain noxious gas which otherwise make it all glutinous, but his bakery where Rooi Hel bread was made knocked it down only once to save time and expense, and that’s how if you flung your ration of bread at the wall it would stay there, like Prestik.
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