Bread, that food made with various types of flour, is as linked to food as it is to culture. Villages pride themselves on both their bread and their music, and human language is full of examples of this. From its mention in Spanish to indicate all the foods in the phrase "earn the bread", to that of clearly defining things by name, as in that of "bread, bread and wine, wine".
But when one begins to broaden his horizons, to rub shoulders with other kitchens and, above all, to buy in other supermarkets, one realizes that bread is not a simple thing and that it goes far beyond sobao, arepa or bread. bonus. Carbohydrates are no longer considered bad children when it comes to conceiving a healthy diet, and their importance is increasingly recognized as part of a balanced diet, especially compound carbohydrates such as those of wholemeal flours.
This gives us a good excuse to venture into trying new types of bread: be it wheat flour, corn flour, cassava flour or rye flour; whether baked, steamed, or in pans or grills; either with or without yeast; sweet or flavored with cheese or seasonings. From one end of the planet to the other, each corner has its own type of bread. And since you are lucky to live in a cosmopolitan country, I invite you to use this list as a guide and propose to enrich your table by becoming a true tourist of bread … without leaving your city.