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Flatbread Revolution

Blame it on the pita. Or maybe it was the tortillas. Certainly focaccia had something to do with it. Flat breads have become the new darlings of the bread world. Breads once considered exclusively ethnic or regional foods and eaten on holiday, have crossed all borders and become international. Flat breads can be leavened with yeast or baking powder, or unleavened, akin to the oldest breads made, patted out and cooked on hot rocks in the sun. They can be chewy and crisp, soft and melt in your mouth, plain or embellished.

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How The Bread Machine Book Came To Be Written

I learned how to make my first loaf of bread when I was 18 years old. My room mates made the White Bread Plus recipe out of the Joy Of Cooking cookbook and it tasted so incredible! The texture and flavor were like nothing I had ever had from the supermarket or a bakery.

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