The GOPAN is basically used in the same way as regular bread making machines. First of all, 220g of washed rice, with water, salt, sugar, and shortening, is placed in the bread case. Next, gluten and dry yeast are placed in the automatic dispenser on top. Then, all you need to do is press the start button. A loaf of “rice bread” is ready in about four hours.
Monday, November 29, 2010
Greatest thing since sliced bread: GOPAN, the machine that transforms rice into bread. It actually comes in handy considering that many agricultural regions of Asia aren't suitable to grow potatoes or wheat because there is too much rain and too high temperature, but are however suitable for rice cultivation. I wonder how it tastes ^^