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Earning in Bread Value

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#21 by valerie » Fri May 13, 2016 05:53

Forget about the loaf bread. That's too much yeast. It will clog up your intestines like glue.
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#22 by pindokhan123 » Fri May 13, 2016 06:06

All bread is made from yeast unless its unleavened,flat bread,chapatti etc.....................yeast the natural fungi gives it that spring,the mellow bounce we all love :D


of course its used in beer also,,quite a useful little fungi innit?
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#23 by proadco » Fri May 13, 2016 08:15

wombatqueen wrote:
ProAdCo wrote:
tasman1 wrote: Let say You can make 1000 dollars a year here . How many loaf of bread can You buy at Yours place of living


Australia [ Tasmania ] ..... avg price of one loaf is 4 dollar
1000 dollar can buy............250 loaf of bread [ on avg one loaf is 750 gram ]


In America at the Dollar Tree you could purchase 1000 loaves of bread for $1000.00 dollars.

In America if you live in the middle of nowhere in a "city" of 146 people, you have no bread in your own city.
And when you drive to the nearest bread, only the "house brand" is anywhere near cheap.
And don't be picky if you need bread, you'll likely go home empty-handed.

Of course, you can make the trip to the BIG CITY, and have better luck with selection and pricing....

but when a person has to eat low-sodium bread, it's a crap-shoot every time whether you'll find it (yes, even in the big city), and if you DO.....
you will then get to pay AUSTRALIAN BREAD PRICE for it!!!! :clap: :lol:

But if that's the biggest problem I have to deal with, then I'm still happy...

That's why everyone should own a bread maker.

I happen to have 3 of them.
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#24 by Charez » Sun May 15, 2016 16:03

pindokhan123 wrote: charez make me some cheese and pickle sandwiches i am coming for lunch :D

oh yes and plz no snails or frogs legs for garnish :shock:



btw you eat snails and frogs? coz i know the french do,kinda delicacy i think :?

Maybe once every 5 years at least, but i can't say it is not true :)
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#25 by tasman1 » Sun May 15, 2016 16:12

pindokhan123 wrote: i think its cheaper to make your own bread.....a bag of flour,some yeast,salt ,bit of sugar,maybe a drop of oil are the basic ingredients of bread.........with some of that money get a decent reconditioned gas oven, some bread tins and your ingredients,i am sure you will have some spare cash left over :D :D


Maybe at some places but here in Tasmania flour will cost you same money , not to mention yeast , salt and eletricity plus time , ,,, but yep , i make my own , nice , fresh not like bread here that comes from Asia , frozen , 100 days old , just warmed here
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#26 by valerie » Sun May 15, 2016 19:35

I have a bread maker and I have never used it.

I do make bread from scratch some times. Mostly I will make rolls and pizza dough.
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#27 by sweetpie3000 » Sun May 15, 2016 19:51

1000 dollars a year can be invest your money in stock market. Your 1000 dollars a year. It possible can make you millionaire when you retired?
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#28 by tasman1 » Sun May 15, 2016 19:58

davidbugs wrote: 1000 dollars a year can be invest your money in stock market. Your 1000 dollars a year. It possible can make you millionaire when you retired?


DB , You are out of topic.......and if you invest that 1000 dollar in market you will not eat bread and you will die before you retire .If that happen our last post will be R.I.P.
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#29 by proadco » Sun May 15, 2016 20:06

Only break bread with those in sound mind.
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#30 by seaeagle » Mon May 16, 2016 00:13

Bread in Australia has come down in price at my local supermarket ($3.50AUD for some good quality loaves), so I could currently buy around 385 loaves with $1000USD.

But there is another price paid - most of the bread is now supplied under various brand names by just one manufacturer. A couple of small shelves might be allocated for premium alternative brands, but >90% of the bread on the shelves would be from just one company. 10 years ago there would be 3 or 4 different companies supplying bread to the major supermarkets, resulting in competition & fairly decent prices. After the 2 major supermarket chains in Australia changed to single suppliers the cost of bread did go as high as $5.30AUD per loaf (an attempt to force customers to switch to the basic store brand white bread which is full of big air pockets), but after a backlash from consumers & bad publicity the price of decent quality bread did get whittled down to something a bit more affordable.
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#31 by sweetpie3000 » Tue May 17, 2016 03:12

tasman1 wrote:
charez wrote: HAHA France is cheaper than Australia. You need to come here now, we have place exactly like Croatia here in Corse
o yes .i will like it to live in normal country like France

now this is official cost of living

Countries with the LOWEST cost of living:



01. India

02. Nepal

03. Pakistan

04. Tunisia

05. Algeria





06. Moldova

07. Egypt

08. Macedonia

09. Syria

10. Colombia

11. Bangladesh

12. Indonesia

13. Georgia

14. Morocco

15. Philippines


AND


Countries with the HIGHEST cost of living:



01. Switzerland

02. Norway

03. Venezuela

04. Iceland

05. Denmark





06. Australia

07. New Zealand

08. Singapore

09. Kuwait

10. United Kingdom



11. Ireland

12. Luxembourg

13. Finland

14. France

15. Belgium

Cost of living is very low? However take a look their standard of living isn't good? Poverty look so bad in the poor country?
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#32 by valerie » Tue May 17, 2016 04:54

Sell everything, move to low cost of living country, live like wealthy person,
poor person steal everything from you, move back to high cost of living
country, start over again.

See David, I can function like you.......well, not like you.....but maybe similar.....
well, not similar.......errrrrrrrrr
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