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    Breads breads breads, Pain pain pain, there is a lot of them and I have quite a few on my list to try... list some of them for me to try...

    These are some I've had:

    Ciabatta
    Focaccia
    Roti
    Naan
    Mantou
    French bread
    Potato bread
    White bread
    Whole wheat bread
    Rye bread
    Egg bread

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    Human bread.

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    bread animals!


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    There are tons of different rye breads.
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    The Naan bread at local Trader Joe's is great.

    They also had this flatbread called Malabari Paratha



    which is another kind of Indian bread. It was delicious when I cooked it, but then I looked at the nutrition bar and figured out what made it so (it's high on calories and fat) so I don't buy it too often now.

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    it's so weird hearing naan, roti and paratha referred to as "bread". it's naan, roti and paratha, not bread.

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    I took the recipe for Challah (is that the same as egg bread?) and added in some saffron once. That was delicious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Radio View Post
    it's so weird hearing naan, roti and paratha referred to as "bread". it's naan, roti and paratha, not bread.
    They are usually sold in the bread section at grocery stores. What makes them different from "bread"?

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    Hindu do not eat bread siuntal.

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    I need to find a good indian fry bread recipe. all the ones that I've tried don't taste right (and I'm not sure about my frying technique with it, all the instructions I've come across were really vague when it came to temperatures and when it's done).

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    When the Pakistani Christians do Bible verses what word do they use for (ἄρτον)...

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lord's_Prayer

    This would be the word used for bread in the Lord's Prayer.

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    i keep misreading this as "beards." i liked the beard thread better.

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    I thought it read breasts actually, that's why the human bread comment.

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    Oh sour dough. My one true love.
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    I tried brioche buns a couple of weeks ago at a cafe and wondered how I had not discovered this bread ages ago as it's now a fav of mine along with sour dough.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scapegrace View Post
    Oh sour dough. My one true love.
    What kinds? Sometimes a baguette is often from a sour dough starter...

    ^_^ so many bread types...

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    Dark bread is fine and is what I eat, at least try to most of the time, it has bread in it.

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    omfg I love bread.
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    fuck bread

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    Quote Originally Posted by Radio View Post
    it's so weird hearing naan, roti and paratha referred to as "bread". it's naan, roti and paratha, not bread.
    All the Indians I know have used "roti" (or the equivalent in whatever language) as their word for "bread" in general, whether it's sandwich bread or baguettes or flatbread. I always thought it was the word for "bread."
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    Quote Originally Posted by siuntal View Post
    They are usually sold in the bread section at grocery stores. What makes them different from "bread"?
    idk they're not fluffy? the common local term for bread is "double roti" (which might be what Animal is referring to?)

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    It might be, although we just say "roti" without the double part for both leavened and unleavened bread.
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    I am nuts for attempting to do this. I just made a mess out of my kitchen

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    are they no longer in business? there was an outlet bread store not far from here that sold wonder bread just maybe a year ago but i'm not sure if its still there.

    i recently starting buying white bread instead of wheat to save 14 cents. since i dont eat it enough of it and i always have to throw the last few slices away anyway.

    BREAD.

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    outlet bread store?


    ...i don't eat a lot of bread.
    I do like bagels tho. whole wheat everything bagels.

    pumpernickel is good too

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    oh my god, i don't usually like pretzels but i was looking for something suitably breakfasty at the mall early today and there was this one covered in crumbles with a cup of caramel dip, it was sooooo good.

    i like bagels with cream cheese. and rolls with butter.

    i like the worst kinds of bread.

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    um...ok so I guess the best way of doing this is to have a starter you're happy with; this is a nice video;

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fXvVpSg16Bo

    Here's an ESE or SEE making bread

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vFF4sxugNFc

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    Quote Originally Posted by Radio View Post
    it's so weird hearing naan, roti and paratha referred to as "bread". it's naan, roti and paratha, not bread.
    Wikipedia says they are all breads. Is it possible that your native language has a different definition for the word that is commonly translated as "bread"?
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    Back in college I was exposed to something they called "Russian Peasant Bread." I couldn't say if it's a well-known type of bread, nor do I recall if it was any good.
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    Galen, can you say Russian Jewish bakery? OMG

    Stolichnaya Bakery

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    Quote Originally Posted by lungs View Post
    are they no longer in business?
    wonder bread was a hostess brand

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