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Sure You Enjoy Bread, But Can You Correctly Guess These Different Types?

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Sure You Enjoy Bread, But Can You Correctly Guess These Different Types?

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    Ciabatta is an Italian bread similar to a French baguette.

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    Focaccia originates from Italy and is similar to pizza dough. It is commonly made with garlic and rosemary.

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    Brioche is a sweet french bread with a high egg and butter content, to give it its delicate form.

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    Soda bread is a quick bake bread, that uses bicarbonate of soda instead of yeast in the baking process.

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    Pumpernickel is a slightly sweet rye bread originating from Germany. It is usually made using a sourdough starter.

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    Matzoh or matzo is large cracker usually eaten by Jewish people during Passover.

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    Zopf is a type of twisted or plaited bread that is popular in Switzerland, Austria, and Germany.

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    Paratha is a layered Indian flatbread. It is usually fried in butter or oil and stuffed with a variety of fillings.

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    Obi Non is cooked in a clay oven and is similar to naan bread, It is popular in Afghan cuisine.

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    Grissini is a hard breadstick that originates from Italy usually eaten alone or used for dipping.

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    Knäckebröd is a cracker type bread eaten mostly in Nordic countries. It is usually eaten with cheese and herring.

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    Arepa is native to Venezuela and Columbia. Made from cornflour, it can be baked or fried and is usually done so on a charcoal grill.

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