Archeological evidence indicates that the technology and process of grinding …

Comment on Bush bakeries and the dough by Dr Wrongo.

Archeological evidence indicates that the technology and process of grinding grains to make flour was happening in Australia long before anywhere else in the world.

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Bush bakeries and the dough
Yes, so, food security for remote communities must involve buying frozen dough paying the cost of transport for that in a freezer truck and then ensuring it stays frozen until needed.
Wouldn’t it be cheaper and more secure to buy flour transport and store it unfrozen (no worry about breakdowns or blackouts) and make it into dough and bread when needed.
At the same time teaching the trainees the whole process of making bread rather than just, get that stuff out of the freezer and cook it up. Why do and teach the whole job instead of half a job.

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