At Arthur Schuman Inc. Bread Crumbs Churn Out Quality Dishes
The use of bread crumbs in the preparation of different dishes has been documented in cookbooks as early as the 1700s. They have been used to make crisp and crunchy coatings for different fried foods, thickening sauces, and stuffing for artichokes. Bread crumbs are made from dry bread which has been toasted or baked to attain a powdery or sandy moister after the removal of moisture. Bread crumbs are easily from completely dry or stale and processed by the use of a grater or food processor.
Bread crumbs should be stored in re-sealable storage bags and placing them in cool areas like the refrigerator. For long term storage bread crumbs may be placed in freezers. Before storing bread crumbs, one may consider spreading out the crumbs on a flat plate to get rid of unwanted moisture. Toasting them in an oven using low heat can also ensure that the bread crumbs are ready to use any time you need them. If it has not been stored properly then it should be discarded as they may contain unpleasant substances.
Bread crumb use has found its way to every kitchen. Different companies already started to manufacture different varieties to satisfy more consumers and own a significant share in the market. Even the Japanese version known as the panko is becoming more and more popular in Asian and non-Asian dishes. Sources indicate that panko is flakier, and produces crispier and airier texture than bread crumbs used in western cuisine. Arthur Achuman Inc., on the other hand, assures consumers that quality bread crumbs will be made more accessible to the public. The company also promises to continue improving its products by providing relevant innovations and more attractive product packages.