Does violin music help sourdough to taste better?

One German man, who has been a baker for decades, tested whether playing a CD of his favourite violinist made his sourdough 'sing'.

It did! He even co-opted a local orchestra to squeeze into his bakery to see if the results 'stuck'!

A UK’s University played music of different tempos to herds of Friesian cattle - and guess what? 'Calming music’ such as Beethoven’s Symphony No.6 delivered a higher milk yield than pop and rock!

Have you read about the cheese and music experiment?

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