“A selection of delicious bread in a bakery, all baked by a hardworking baker.”
- A baker might also bake brownies, cookies, pastries, pies and tarts.
More Bread Vocabulary:
These words may be useful if you are discussing bread or baking!
- Crusty (adjective): having a hard, crispy outer layer
- Dense (adjective): having a heavy, thick texture
- Fluffy (adjective): light and soft in texture
- Fresh (adjective): recently made or produced (slang – fresh means cool or trendy)
- Gluten-free (adjective): not containing gluten, a protein found in wheat and other grains
- Knead (verb): to work dough by pressing, folding, and stretching it, in order to develop gluten and create a smooth texture
- Nutritious (adjective): containing valuable nutrients, such as vitamins and minerals
- Rise (verb): to become larger and more fluffy due to the action of yeast or another leavening agent
- Savory (adjective): having a pleasant, spicy or salty taste
- Sliced (adjective): cut into thin, flat pieces
- Soft (adjective): easy to compress or bend; opposite of hard
- Sweet (adjective): having a sugary taste; opposite of sour
- Toasted (adjective): browned by exposure to heat, as in a toaster or oven
- Whole-grain (adjective): made from the entire grain, including the bran and germ
- Yeasty (adjective): having the taste or aroma of yeast, a type of fungus used in bread-making
Expressions with Bread:
- Bread – (UK slang) – Money
- Bread and butter – (idiom) – Your main or only form of income – gives you the money you need to live
- Break bread with (someone) – (idiom) – To share a meal with someone and have a positive social interaction with them
- Brown bread – (UK slang) – Cockney rhyming slang for ‘dead’
- Greatest thing since sliced bread – (idiom) – An excellent or useful new invention
- Know which side your bread is buttered – (idiom) – To know what to do in order to take advantage or make the best possible situation of something
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