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Old 2004-12-10, 13:01   Link #241
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Not for hair restraint, but because there was no hair to restrain the sweat from their head it would roll down their face and into the food, hence the hat was neaded as a type of sweatband.
Ha, that's something they haven't used in the manga yet. Sweat Bread.
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Old 2004-12-10, 23:03   Link #242
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for ep 8, it seems they added sound effects to the OP, did they? those swooosh sounds... and hand shining sounds...
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Old 2004-12-11, 02:49   Link #243
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for ep 8, it seems they added sound effects to the OP, did they? those swooosh sounds... and hand shining sounds...
They first added them into episode six's intro.
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Old 2004-12-11, 15:37   Link #244
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hmm, i meant to say 6...
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Old 2004-12-11, 19:03   Link #245
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Is it just me but does Yakitate give anyone else a craving for bread?
No it doesn't
But this is because I allready am a big bread lover. I usually eat alot of bread each day, and different kinds. Just like a well known bread machine freak on this forum we also have a bread making machine at home Although personally I prefer the bread from acrross the street, the bakery shop around here is elite

After watching ep 6 I must say the anime is finally getting somewhere, I was allready starting to fear it would be a constant competition between the guys in Pantasia, but the 6th episode certainly added a bunch of interesting characters Yakitate Japan is going down the right path

And now, I'll go eat some bread
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Old 2004-12-11, 20:01   Link #246
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No it doesn't
But this is because I allready am a big bread lover. I usually eat alot of bread each day, and different kinds. Just like a well known bread machine freak on this forum we also have a bread making machine at home Although personally I prefer the bread from acrross the street, the bakery shop around here is elite

After watching ep 6 I must say the anime is finally getting somewhere, I was allready starting to fear it would be a constant competition between the guys in Pantasia, but the 6th episode certainly added a bunch of interesting characters Yakitate Japan is going down the right path

And now, I'll go eat some bread
I gained 7 pounds marathoning the manga :P damn carbs!!!!!!
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Old 2004-12-11, 20:04   Link #247
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No it doesn't
But this is because I allready am a big bread lover. I usually eat alot of bread each day, and different kinds. Just like a well known bread machine freak on this forum we also have a bread making machine at home Although personally I prefer the bread from acrross the street, the bakery shop around here is elite

After watching ep 6 I must say the anime is finally getting somewhere, I was allready starting to fear it would be a constant competition between the guys in Pantasia, but the 6th episode certainly added a bunch of interesting characters Yakitate Japan is going down the right path

And now, I'll go eat some bread
I'll agree to that. And I certainly like the new guys they introduced. The flaming french dude and the Pantasia leader had me on the floor laughing when they showed up.
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Old 2004-12-11, 20:30   Link #248
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Here's probubly one of my most favorite scenes in the series so far.



Gotta love that wild exasperated look.
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Old 2004-12-11, 21:43   Link #249
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I'll agree to that. And I certainly like the new guys they introduced. The flaming french dude and the Pantasia leader had me on the floor laughing when they showed up.
Yeah, especially the store manager: My first thought was : What the hell is Zechs Marquise doing in this anime

And then the frenchman : I think we are gonna have alot more fun with him

PS for those who don't know Zechs Marquise is a main character from Gundam Wing who dresses victorian style and is masked.
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Old 2004-12-11, 23:27   Link #250
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Yeah, you're right, he does look a lot like Zechs. That's the part that blew me away. I used to be a huge fan of Gundam Wing. Gauds, I've watched it so bloody many times I think my DVD player cried uncle.
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Old 2004-12-12, 08:30   Link #251
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I pretty much preferred Kazuma to bake cakes. Bread is nice too though. If he can do both ... hmm
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Old 2004-12-12, 09:09   Link #252
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Yeah, his baking a cake would become ja-cake #1!! LOL.
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Old 2004-12-12, 09:18   Link #253
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Yeah, his baking a cake would become ja-cake #1!! LOL.
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Old 2004-12-12, 10:50   Link #254
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Yeah, especially the store manager: My first thought was : What the hell is Zechs Marquise doing in this anime
Same here, or at least when I saw the opening in the first episode. Oh well it could have been worse Meister could have been voiced by Koyasu Takehito. Luckily he's already doing another role.

Speaking of Gundam am I the only one here reminded of "Shining Finger" everytime I see the solar hands in the opening?
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Old 2004-12-12, 13:13   Link #255
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Hey, here's an interesting tidbit of baking trivia for you guys. How was dough fermented and proofed before the discovery of yeast? Answer: The dough would be made up, and made extra wet. Then covered and set to rest in a warm place for 2-3 days. During that time natural yeast would fall onto the dough, enter it, then cause it to rise. I've had naturally fermented bread and let me tell you, the taste is out of this world!! And it's so soft too!! Of course you're letting the dough rest for 2-3 days, so that's understandable.

Here's another trivia question. What was the first yeast based proofing and fermenting method used to make bread as we know it? Answer: Sour dough. This would be a flour and water mixture that would be made up REALLY wet, then set aside in a covered container for 1-2 weeks to sour and ferment. Then some of this mixture would be scooped into a batch of dough and mixed with it to add yeast to the new dough and allow it to proof and rise naturally. The sour mix could be replenished by simply adding more water/flour mix to the container, stiring and letting sit overnight.
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Old 2004-12-15, 01:41   Link #256
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does anybody else find the main store arrival theme catchy???

when the cars showed up
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Old 2004-12-15, 05:27   Link #257
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oh yeah~~

but the birds fluttering, that was priceless~~
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Old 2004-12-16, 22:44   Link #258
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HAHAHA! This show is hilarious. I never though baking bread would be so interresting. My friend told me about Yakitate!! Japan and I didn't believe him....lol!
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Old 2004-12-17, 13:00   Link #259
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Can't believe I haven't posted in this thread for so long! Anyway, after watching episode 6, just have to say: "God of Sweetened Buns!" (dies laughing)
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Old 2004-12-17, 17:31   Link #260
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from a looong time ago there was a discussion over whether bread would retain its shape when punched

some do

http://MCN00b.homestead.com/files/P1010199.MOV

of course...i didnt go all out
just a little jab
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