Well, it’s unleavened bread, anyway, and it’s basically manna. It’s eaten at every meal, anyway, whether as a holder for a sort of sandwich-like quick bite or as something to be torn at and dipped into a sauce. It can also be used kind of like an edible napkin to pick something up. Either way, it is a very strong staple, at least as important as rice and noodles are in Asia and the potato in North America. I love it and I hope to find a way to keep it in our house as much as possible.


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