Bread making in a Yemeni national study [Archives:2005/857/Local News]

July 7 2005

An economical study for a Yemeni national confirmed that it is possible to add different ratios of {musket} floor in bread making. It is extracted from {Sesaban} trees that are considered to be a pest in agricultural fields.

The study is conducted by Dr. Mohamed Salim Mosali. He is Technical manager and researcher in the food research and post harvest technology center in Aden.. He said that there is a high percent of iron and calcium in the bread that is mixed with 15% 0f the musket with wheat flour.

The study went on saying that a number of countries started a coexistence process with this tree. They make use of their wood as fuel and to make furniture besides other uses. Among these countries is America, Argentina and Peru.