The art of baking

There are about 300 different types of bread produced in Germany. Because the bread is fresh it doesn’t last as long as store bought bread, so many Germans will go to the bakery every couple of days. The shapes of breads are only limited by the bakers’ imagination. White bread is often sold as French Baguette, also known as flit. It is offered in an oblong shape, baked loose on the tray. Some bakers have also started offering the Italian style bread, known as ciabatta. The dough is a light wheat dough and has a slight yellow color. (U.S. Air Force photo by Iris Reiff/Released)

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