Flour Made From Leftover Bread Could Help Reduce Waste | World Wide Waste

19 Mar 2021
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Though France has banned supermarkets from throwing out food, 150,000 metric tons of bread wind up in the trash every year. Le Crumbler grinds old bread into fine crumbs to be used in new recipes.
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Dough Made From Old Bread Could Help Reduce Waste | World Wide Waste

  • The best way i recycled old bread i just made croutons

    Deify SamuraiDeify Samurai6 jam yang lalu
  • How about donating it to farms... or composting it instead of making nasty ass bread. Btw this bread has a horrible texture

    DoomtriggerDoomtrigger12 jam yang lalu
  • One thing I've learnt in the past year is how much bread is wasted. All the beer, animal food, compost, and now just flour that is being made with the spare bread we waste.

    Daniel WhiteDaniel White20 jam yang lalu
  • Trump will stop this too save energy

    Michael MasseyMichael Massey23 jam yang lalu
  • In my work there are no waste , we make them into croutons, bread crumbs and sweet toast!

    camicamcamicamHari Yang lalu
  • .......old food is old food. You cant do this all the time. 1 time reuse. But it cant be healthy

    SavvySteakSavvySteakHari Yang lalu
  • The machine is not new... I've worked in a bakery in my home country 13 years ago and they had it. It is common in my country and it is around for way longer than that and I'm not from France. Even some households, like my grandma, have a "handmill" to create breadcrumbs and yes it is not bread flour, we have a word for that - breadcrumbs. Industrial is widely available and they cost 80% less than this "invention"... khm...

    Vzdevek0Vzdevek0Hari Yang lalu
  • Not japan doing this like decades ago..jsjsjsjsjssjjsjsjsj

    li Liuli LiuHari Yang lalu
  • I do not know what is new in the matter. in our house when some bread remains from dinner we leave it uncovered to dry in the morning, then cut it into circles, dip it in eggs and milk, then fry it and put sugar sprinkles on it, it is literally the tastiest breakfast. Or we can freeze it and when we need it we put it in the oven it becomes like new. We also sometimes grind dry bread for dessert recipes. You literally don't need any expensive machine

    Goood HumanGoood HumanHari Yang lalu
  • this is filmed during a pandemic....no wonder france have high case of infection

    N D H JN D H J2 hari yang lalu
  • Produce less bread then. Stop creating before recycling.

    Sameer Prashad GondSameer Prashad Gond2 hari yang lalu
  • This has been done for decades, nothing new.

    Тimur DаvlеtshinТimur Dаvlеtshin2 hari yang lalu
  • Insider: shows me this video All my bread in trash: hel-lp m-me...

    ALAN AGORALAN AGOR3 hari yang lalu
  • back to the 1600s folks. Bread from proper flour with no additives, such as old breadcrumbs, corn or potatoes was only for the rich ppl.

    Bob ZeeBob Zee3 hari yang lalu
  • We get lots of bread that has gone unsold. We feed some of it to our chickens and share what we dont use with others. Some is eaten by livestock, some by the families we share with. Some is dried and ground down and used in the same way these bakers are using it. Been doing this for years! We use muffins, cookies and cakes in the same way! If you want to learn how to recycle, talk to the farmers' wives. We are always using everything we have and recycling what we can. We reuse jars and waxed paper, and even aluminum foil! We waste nothing!

    justachickjustachick3 hari yang lalu
  • When bread gets stale just make french toast or bread pudding!

    Zaxor Von SkylerZaxor Von Skyler3 hari yang lalu
  • Why in shits name if there is consistently 10% waste just produce 10% less?

    Eric In SFEric In SF3 hari yang lalu
  • Uno reverse card

    The BoyThe Boy3 hari yang lalu
  • Uau, ele inventou a farinha de rosca. Mas que "novidade"....

    RenatoSchmidtRenatoSchmidt3 hari yang lalu
  • Or U can make Bread Pudding

    Leroy LeeLeroy Lee4 hari yang lalu
  • That is just nasty.........breadcrumbs are for birds. Make less bread. Stop using virgin land to grow more grain. Oh my God this is not hard to figure out.......

    Dayna SwanDayna Swan4 hari yang lalu
  • Soo if he crumbles the bread that is from crumbled bread how old does the bread get.. there will allways be some old remains in every bread

    ArielAriel4 hari yang lalu
  • Make less bread.

    LuciD AYSLuciD AYS4 hari yang lalu
  • Is this video alluding to "COOKIE" DOUGH?

    jsturm5hk8hjsturm5hk8h4 hari yang lalu
  • You can get the same effect from a blender like a Vitamix or Ninja bullet.. just make sure the bread is dried out.

    MM4 hari yang lalu
  • Philippine bread pudding

    Herald Anthony CagasHerald Anthony Cagas5 hari yang lalu
  • you can also use it as panko for breading in fried food.

    Sleep TimeSleep Time5 hari yang lalu
  • Recycled so many times it feels like Inception the movie

    Johnny X 100Johnny X 1005 hari yang lalu
  • The thumbnail is very suggestive

    SloweceusSloweceus5 hari yang lalu
  • The world needs this kind of innovation

    Jared FranciscoJared Francisco5 hari yang lalu
  • It took this long for someone to notice a bread store doing this. This is not new many bread stores in Mexico they use the old bread to make new bread.

    July TJuly T5 hari yang lalu
  • So you're making bread from old moldy bread...no thanks!

    Bella BBella B6 hari yang lalu
  • the "new" bread will definitely be heavier, denser, and not nearly as soft and smooth, but it probably tastes great. Plus the name Crumbler is so great! :-)

    JekkuJekku6 hari yang lalu
  • Soooooo nothing new. All countries have been doing it for millennium

    smilersmiler6 hari yang lalu
  • We could give it to people in need

    Hean SodanithHean Sodanith6 hari yang lalu
  • maybe not waste, and bake less

    unknown For some reasonunknown For some reason7 hari yang lalu
  • They could also season the bread crumbs and make seasoned chicken breading mix with it for frying chicken, then export it to the U.S. where people love breaded fried chicken🍗 . 😋 yum.

    Alondra HernandezAlondra Hernandez7 hari yang lalu
  • "Leftover bread" would entail all kinds of fungi and bacteria.....just saying...so no thank you, fresh flour bread for me. Or even better yet, no bread at all, Glutin is bad for you anyway!

    TooToo246TooToo2467 hari yang lalu
  • So if i eat my own poo will i live forever?

    Fight FoodFight Food7 hari yang lalu
  • why not just give the old bread to strays animals, birds, fish, insects when you go to alleys there's a lot of em

    Blues CatzBlues Catz8 hari yang lalu
  • For me, i would say that its not a good idea. If it was me, i would just sell the breads in discounted prices, half or cheaper prices. If still cant sold it out, its better to give to customers for free or donate it to the homeless. Recycling breads would only increase the production cost and not many people are insterested in buying breads made from leftovers

    Sisubalan SelvanSisubalan Selvan8 hari yang lalu
  • In my country we have puding or 1 day old bread, you can see the old bread embedded in the new bread. No grinding needed just old style mashing 😁

    Eggz ItlogzEggz Itlogz8 hari yang lalu
  • lol this has existed in our culture for centuries, as waste is prohibited in Islam

    MushiMushi8 hari yang lalu
  • I do this at home all the time. I freeze my leftover bread and then do a major defrost, cut them into cubes, dry them in the oven and then grind them down in the blender. Homemade bread crumbs :) and zero food waste

    Kat MKat M8 hari yang lalu
  • "You will eat ze bug"

    Ahmed AAhmed A9 hari yang lalu
  • You could also use clay or soil like in Haiti or you could just collect your own faeces , dry and use as a filler and get all the nutrients out.

    Victor NojinVictor Nojin9 hari yang lalu
  • 4:47 Finally! This man understands how to sell goods! "Recycled" is not the way to sell something. "Delicious, Rich, High-quality" is. Unless they share your same values, when you try to sell something recycled, you are appealing to a very tiny market! And people don't understand that. They just try to jam "But recycling is good!" down your throat. And then they're mad when they fail.

    Cardinal ThunderCardinal Thunder9 hari yang lalu
  • This is absolument brillante! (sorry for my bad Francais, typical brit here)

    whoshotdkwhoshotdk9 hari yang lalu
  • Yeah im not eating that shit...

    BelovedShitposterBelovedShitposter9 hari yang lalu
  • What about the baguette that got put in freezer for 1 year That thing can kill the queen And yes only 1 year if u put it there for longer it may kill everything and everyone

    KewlKewl9 hari yang lalu
  • Taking old food and making new food out of it. That's what I do almost every day.

    Captain MorganCaptain Morgan10 hari yang lalu

    NealNeal10 hari yang lalu
  • It's easy enough to use a food processor/and or a blender on a smaller at home basis. I never throw away old bread. Very cool to know you can use it in new bread.

  • 500 Euros to rent, 2,000 Euros to buy; Eh, there's your problem.

    Blake DyBlake Dy10 hari yang lalu
  • Or dig a pit and put the bread there and let it rot... .. Can be a good fertilizer.. . Plastics and toxic wastes are more concerning to dispatch.

    Gintoki SanGintoki San10 hari yang lalu
  • eating no bread is better than recycled bread.

    Deecee CreatorDeecee Creator10 hari yang lalu
  • yo get me some of that bread

    Tim BozicTim Bozic10 hari yang lalu
  • Funny story, the world don’t have shortage in flour. In fact many western countries through their extra in the ocean.

    Saeed AlshehriSaeed Alshehri10 hari yang lalu
  • We have big bread bakery that makes sourdough starter with old bread. They take back bread from the stores and process it to make glucose and make sourdough yeast.

    Magnus EngströmMagnus Engström10 hari yang lalu
  • question is, will that be healthy?

    chapal debnathchapal debnath10 hari yang lalu
  • How many cycles can you go through? What does bread made with bread made with bread made with bread made with bread made with bread taste like?

    Cyrus ZhouCyrus Zhou11 hari yang lalu
  • My aunts bakery is been recycling the leftover breads for atleast 50 years. And her aunts do it as well way way back.

    Jerico LopezJerico Lopez11 hari yang lalu
  • Love this!!

    littlemissrapunzellittlemissrapunzel11 hari yang lalu
  • Genius! Reusing the bread

    Tracey LafontaineTracey Lafontaine11 hari yang lalu
  • If you're to stupid or lazy to get food for yourself you don't deserve to eat.

    Wanderlust SpiritWanderlust Spirit12 hari yang lalu
  • Also donating leftovers could reduce food waste by 100%

    dasilverwelshmandasilverwelshman12 hari yang lalu
  • This is new?

    RandomDudeRandomDude12 hari yang lalu
  • Little did you know all central, south america and most of Asia already do this

    SwaggyBooSwaggyBoo12 hari yang lalu
  • Recycled Bread? Is this where I say "This is the best thing since Sliced Bread" and actually mean it for once?

    Chris RedfieldChris Redfield13 hari yang lalu
  • Know what else helps reduce waste? Reducing the human population...

    B BreezyB Breezy13 hari yang lalu
  • I hope this practise FLOURishes worldwide...

    Bala SMJBala SMJ13 hari yang lalu
  • One would think that perhaps these recycled breads would produce an even higher concentration of acrylamide…which is not that healthy…

    SQUASH DUOSSQUASH DUOS14 hari yang lalu
  • That sandwich is made from old sandwiches.

    Jer The RookJer The Rook14 hari yang lalu
  • A lot of bakeries make pudding with their leftover bread and pastries :)

    Saule MaroussaultSaule Maroussault14 hari yang lalu
  • So they sell you old ass bread for twice the price because its "recycled "

    Caguama TimeCaguama Time14 hari yang lalu
  • Why do these people always want us to eat fake & recycled food & the UN suggests eating bugs. Look it up ! No nutrients in most food now a days

    Jade SJade S14 hari yang lalu
  • its an old tradition to make this. you get better taste if you add old crumbs...

    BlueMonkey AbstrakteBlueMonkey Abstrakte15 hari yang lalu
  • This is a common ingredient in czech cuisine for a loong time. Thanks for sharing, awesome video! (we call it Strouhanka, you can buy it just like flour even in supermarkets, and it's one part of triple coat of schnitzel for example)

    Vik MojVik Moj15 hari yang lalu
  • We have been doing this for so long in the Philippines. At least the island where I come from. We have a bread called “Bahug-bahug” which roughly translates to a “mix of something”. The bread is made up of a bakery’s leftover bread. ❤️

    Emily UrdanetaEmily Urdaneta15 hari yang lalu
  • Processed foods already proved that they are not good for health...this is double processing...this is poison... Nothing more!

    devgowridevgowri15 hari yang lalu
  • I will not eat it as it is not healthy

    Kumar ManjeetKumar Manjeet16 hari yang lalu
  • Hmmmmmm wonder why nobody ever thought of this lol

    Ken XiongKen Xiong16 hari yang lalu
  • Just make Budines with the leftovers, they are delicious.

    ddla1211ddla121116 hari yang lalu
  • The flour made up of left over bread is not good.....in my country.....we had been using this technique for many years.....but after eating the food made up of this type of flour cause stomach problems and diarrhea.....it is not a healthy option...

    spiffy Drawspiffy Draw17 hari yang lalu
  • whys it so expensive it's just an electric cheese grater lol

    Brendon PurchaseBrendon Purchase17 hari yang lalu
  • B r e d

    Go YohanGo Yohan18 hari yang lalu
  • b r e s

    Go YohanGo Yohan18 hari yang lalu
  • How about teleported bread

    KaptainDKKaptainDK18 hari yang lalu
  • It’s like futurama

    Jude StrebyJude Streby19 hari yang lalu
  • His flour supplier told him about the crumbler?.., yeah right.., so now he buy's 20% less flour?

    AndyAndy19 hari yang lalu
  • In Germany it's called "Paniermehl". We make Schnitzel with it (+ Meat). And in Poland they make Kwas, a delicous drink.

    Lauch BärLauch Bär19 hari yang lalu
  • It's called bread crumbs. There is absolutely nothing new about this process. They are just suspending cooked bread crumbs inside another bread. There is already a market place for bread crumbs. The machine is just a modified pulverizer. Its wonderful to see companies make new an interesting processes. But this particular innovation is as pretentious as its origin country typically is.

    simplydozsimplydoz20 hari yang lalu
  • Ever heard of bread pudding?

    KennethKenneth20 hari yang lalu
  • Those would make some bomb croutons

    MakoTacoMakoTaco20 hari yang lalu
  • the most French looking dudes ever

    s50201s5020120 hari yang lalu
  • i'm no expert but, I think I can help here: When the supply is greater than demand, the price comes down to meet its market value. Which could in turn, drive demand.

    Jordan kJordan k20 hari yang lalu
  • This is smart as a former baker I approve

    Joey navarroJoey navarro20 hari yang lalu
  • I found it ridiculous, how some countries trying to reinvent the wheel :-D I grow up during socialism in Czechoslovakia and we always made a breadcrumbs from old bread or rolls. Using it later before frying schnitzels, cauliflower etc. It was obvious, why would you throw away something when you can make something else from it ??!!! There ware no plastic bags available and nobody even think about it, because everybody used proper made carry bags. Used empty beer and syrup bottles ware and still are recyclable in the shops where you bought that beer and you'll get small money back doing so. In socialism common sense won against greedy capitalism where profit is first and people second.

    chwacachwaca20 hari yang lalu
  • Bread crumbs are a legit ingredient, no need to refer to this as anything recycling, or upcycling.

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  • If 2k is a deal breaker, you're running your business wrong.

    Axelios StonewallAxelios Stonewall21 hari yang lalu