give reasons bread tastes sweet when chewed for sometime

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solution to your asked query 4 of chapter 2 is provided below:

Saliva present in our mouth breaks down complex carbohydrates into its simpler forms. When we chew bread for some time it begins to become sweet as carbohydrates present in it gets converted into maltose sugar which is a simpler form of carbohydrate and is sweet in taste.

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bcause the salive and other digestive juices are mixed with it

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it also contains sugar and yeast, along with wheat.

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actually the saliva changes starch that is present in bread into sugar.

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