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Favourite type of Bread?

Favourite type of bread

  • Organic and wheat free - Because i'm worth it

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  • Total voters
    31

dloman

Manager
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Aug 18, 2005
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Having just come back from the shop after puchasing essential supplies, well mainly coffee and cigarettes, it occured to me the multiple choices of bread there are.


Personally my favourite is an uncut white seeded bloomer, all those poppy seeds just make it delectable, though a pain in the toaster.


So my poll for today is your favourite type of bread and why, oh and no rolls or baps included.
 

MK Shrimper

Striker
Joined
Aug 6, 2005
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52,391
Shame, I do like a bap or two :D

All those breads are great at different times mate...though currently like an batch loaf for breakfast at the mo.

Making your own bread is tops - can't beat it!
 

Matt the Shrimp

aka Harry Potter
Joined
Oct 27, 2003
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Location
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Most bread rocks, I have to say. Rather partial to the Vogels bread myself - soya & linseed, or sunflower & barley. And the missus always brings down a loaf of "plain bread" when she's up in Scotland, which is also jolly nice, especially toasted.

But I vote "wholemeal". So long as it's bread with some interesting textures in it, that'll do me.

:)
 

A Century United

Firewalking for HD
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Jan 26, 2007
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Best bread in the world is the traditional Maltese loaf.

Can you elaborate, OS? Ingredients/Style?

For me Granary, though I have just come across a recipe for a white/wholemeal mix bread made with Beer and wholegrain Mustard which is alleged to go nicely with a bit of cheese and pickle... Mmmmmmm!
 

overseas shrimper

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Can you elaborate, OS? Ingredients/Style?

For me Granary, though I have just come across a recipe for a white/wholemeal mix bread made with Beer and wholegrain Mustard which is alleged to go nicely with a bit of cheese and pickle... Mmmmmmm!

It to do with the way it is baked. Very hard crust. The loaf is baked in a round shape and the smell of it being baked is amazing. Nothing fancy... just bread made to perfection. Problem with it is that it only stays fresh for the day it was baked.
 

A Century United

Firewalking for HD
Joined
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It to do with the way it is baked. Very hard crust. The loaf is baked in a round shape and the smell of it being baked is amazing. Nothing fancy... just bread made to perfection. Problem with it is that it only stays fresh for the day it was baked.

It would only have to last a day in my household!

:)
 
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