O for Obi Non | Uzbek Flatbread | Vegan Flatbread

  Obi Non, a flatbread from Uzbekistan was the first and only choice I had decided for the alphabet ‘O’. Obi Non is made with just a few ingredients and has no fat in it. The bread is traditionally baked

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M For Monkey Bread | Pull-apart Sweet Buns

  Monkey bread, as the name suggests is a very naughty and fun bread to make and eat with kids and kid’s at heart. When reading about this bread, it was interesting to read, that the name of the bread

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L for Lagana Bread | Greek Lenten Flatbread | Vegan Flatbread

  I really should be thankful for my wonderful, food loving husband for helping me find these delicious and different breads for my blog. When looking to bake for the alphabet L, I wanted something savory. We have had enough

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I for Irish Freckle Bread

  My mind was set on baking an Irish bread for the alphabet I. When I started researching for breads that start with the alphabet I, lot of Irish soda bread came up. That was the first bread of choice

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G for Grissini | Traditional Italian Breadsticks

  When thinking about breadsticks, the first thing that comes to my mind is the soft breadsticks that they serve at the Italian restaurants. My family is greatly addicted to the breadsticks that they serve at Olive Garden that I

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F for Franzbrötchen

  Franzbrötchen, literally translated as “little French Breads”, is a German cousin of the famous French Croissant. When I first looked into the description, I had to think twice, if I was going to make something similar to the Croissant.

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