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  • the band play heavy metal when you came out.

  • Okay, Here it is time for bridge Rock out.

  • So much to talk about First, Will you teach history of French society at Cornell?

  • So how did you get into bread?

  • How did that happen?

  • Well bred.

  • Is that the center of the social experience?

  • Communion.

  • It's it's It's what keeps people together.

  • It's what it's what enables people to survive.

  • So if you want to understand the mysteries of how a society can survive over a long period of time, bread is a terrific point of entry.

  • Brad is sort of where we all come together is people.

  • We all enjoy bread.

  • We break bread and we exchange, bred and bred binds us.

  • Right?

  • Okay.

  • Literally.

  • Uh, how long?

  • Sorry.

  • That was cheap.

  • How long?

  • How long have you been studying, Brad?

  • Probably close to 40 years now.

  • 40 years you've been studying bread.

  • Where did U S 0 19 sixties started in the sixties and I went to do my dissertation and I discovered that to write convincingly about bread, I needed to learn how to be a baker.

  • So I did some training and as a baker and what was arrested.

  • He was that bread is our live substance.

  • You make it every day, and it's it's it's It's very vai.

  • Vast city makes it difficult to control.

  • And making bread is pretty much like a sexual act.

  • It involves Oh, my God, it involves.

  • It involves in so away.

  • Is it a sexual One?

  • Inseminate the flower with a fermenting agent.

  • One mounts the flower to need.

  • How do you make bread swells?

  • Has a gestational period.

  • Bread swells?

  • Yes, I mean it minutes.

  • Something off the experience of reproduction.

  • Yeah, So it's interesting.

  • Oh, my God.

  • Okay.

  • All right.

  • So for you you realize this is a sensual experience, handling bread and and fondling bread.

  • And then you decided I must know more about we're gonna taste some bread today, is that correct?

  • And tasting is important because we should not leave tasting to be the monopoly of this snobbish wine Drinkers.

  • Yes, bridges more democratic.

  • But it doesn't mean that bird shouldn't be given the same majesty of tasting.

  • So I think we should place Okay, Good.

  • Well, here it is eventually, uh, and this is the bread, and that's okay, fellas.

  • It's fine.

  • So tell us now.

  • Yeah, okay.

  • This is actually Is this all different kinds of bread or I don't travel on planes with this.

  • Yeah, this will enable us to do some work.

  • Okay.

  • All right.

  • And what do you want to taste some bread.

  • We wantto examine five qualities of bread.

  • The first, the first disappearance.

  • Bread has to be good to think before.

  • It's good to eat.

  • It has to have an architecture that's appealing.

  • That's not a line that makes us eager to provoke a stroking it.

  • Theo, you're gonna get us all in trouble.

  • And it's bread.

  • This bread is this.

  • Bread is repugnant.

  • It's it's why?

  • Why?

  • What's wrong with this bread?

  • This bread doesn't look that different from that Red doesn't have.

  • It doesn't have the indentations slashes.

  • It doesn't have the kinds of qualities of crust, right?

  • It's golden nature studies.

  • You find a spread hideous.

  • Look at this.

  • Let's get rid of this bread.

  • This is even more red.

  • This'll bread was was big.

  • Too close to the birth next to it.

  • We call that bridge that were copulating.

  • Oh, my God.

  • What?

  • Is everything all right?

  • So police are looking for you by the way, first man's been exposing himself in a bakery window.

  • Thief, Fellow Chronic nature of Brady is something we shouldn't really be talking about.

  • Yes.

  • Yeah, well, you keep bringing it up.

  • Isn't that interesting?

  • Let's we want a section the bread vertically to avoid lacerating its structure of the crumb.

  • Yeah, here we go.

  • That's when other words you just slice the bread.

  • Nice to be doing it like this.

  • Okay, I guess you're way better way.

  • Want to feel the surgeon off a guy's er of aromas?

  • Theo, come on, Catholic.

  • Squeeze it.

  • That's good.

  • That's good bread.

  • Right?

  • So you want, You know, that smells like Professor.

  • It smells like bread.

  • No, that's that is the tautology in which in which non believers are locked into this thing smells.

  • This smells like it smells like butter.

  • Okay, like, it smells like hazelnut angel night.

  • It snows.

  • It smells like winter vegetables.

  • It has even a little bit of butter.

  • Scotch into the crust is caramelized, and the older from the crust migrates to the crumb.

  • This is a wonderful bread and look at the structure of a crime.

  • It has these little sites of memory these holes of different sizes, which testifies to a good fermentation.

  • It has a sensuality to it.

  • It's the camera's over there.

  • It's not anorexic.

  • Its flesh is flesh.

  • Yeah, When you press it, it springs back.

  • Right.

  • When?

  • When?

  • When you poke it This way.

  • It resonates.

  • Yes, it has.

  • It appeals to the site.

  • It appeals to the sound.

  • You feel it?

  • Cracking, which gives it.

  • How many restaurants have been thrown out of recent comes brings you the bread you're poking and prodding and mounting and thrust.

  • Yes, I have my bread in my briefcase.

  • If the brain is a piece of the way Keith Olbermann is showing dirty cards were raping bread.

  • This is Do we ever Okay, we've smelled the bread.

  • We've poked the bread.

  • We've We've fondled the bread and stroke the bread.

  • Are we gonna taste some bread at some point?

  • If you acknowledge the fact that it's tactile and the fact that you don't need to have a fork, then we could give you a piece to taste.

  • Can I have what you just were rubbing that for this one right here?

  • No problem, because this one right here, Yeah.

  • Is this one.

  • Okay.

  • By your standards, you like this.

  • Now you want me to eat that?

  • One can have a technology.

  • It's immunology is filled with chronology.

  • Has no theology, so a Catholic shouldn't be worried about.

  • Whoa!

  • Very.

  • Okay, So it has a nice smile field.

  • It doesn't.

  • It's not offensive.

  • It doesn't attack too aggressively.

  • It has a taste, which is nothing and pleasant.

  • This is This is good.

  • No, it's good bread.

  • It's How much have you eaten?

  • Bread?

  • I go out, I wonder bread.

  • I imagine Suddenly you don't like Wonder Bread.

  • How much wrong with Wonder Bread?

  • It's tasteless.

  • It's insipid.

  • It's without any interest in has no crusted as a criminal charge with chemicals.

  • While should I like wonder bread ever sponsor on the show job?

  • It is, Theo.

  • You're in something.

  • Some of the best bread ever made.

  • Um, now I'm so you You eat a lot of bread.

  • Then you must.

  • When you're tasting bread, you must eat pounds and pounds of bread.

  • Do not You don't No excuses.

  • I spit on.

  • You know what?

  • They're in the great taxonomy of things.

  • There are swallowers and I guess that would make me a swallow.

  • This segment airs tonight.