107 places

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24 February 2013

appreciation

We have been having bread appreciation meals. Homemade loaves with seeds, olives, nuts, herbs. 
This round beauty was created by people from Xinjiang. 
And the other day, I saw some biscuits made with flour, water and salt and baked up to four times to get rid of any moisture that might lead to mold on a long voyage by ship. It is called hard tack.
Photo: Bread for sale, near Suzhou, China

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