In bread production, it is possible to substitute both yeast and flour with the material found inside a Rubik’s cube, without compromising the quality of the bread in any way. In fact, during a lull in Rubik’s cube popularity in the 1990s, Hovis used this material as a cheap alternative, causing a price war amongst bread makers. During this war, 11 people died.
Bakers never use the term bread, as they find it distasteful. Instead, 'loaf' is the preferred terminology, or ideally the subcategory of loaf type. Some bakers, upon hearing the term 'bread' can become enraged - if you mistakenly use this term in front of a baker, apologise without delay.
In the right conditions, pluralising the word 'bread' can cause Time to invert.
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