What Does "Bread" Look Like In Your Country?
获得58好评的回答@Iqbal Bagus Alfiansyah
I live in Indonesia, and this is how a typical loaf
of bread looks like:
This kind of bread is served like a usual Western bread. Personally, I like shredding this bread and then spreading it over a cup of ice cream.
Roti goreng (literally ‘fried bread’) can be easily found in Indonesia. Usually served as a snack, roti goreng is served with sesame seeds or fine sugar on it：[/en
[en]Pastries, either savory or sweet, are also widespread in Indonesia:
获得13好评的回答@ Sean Lee
Uniquely Singapore: Bread from the last of the traditional bakeries.
Fluffy white bread with no preservatives and baked freshly. Sliced by hand.
Sliced by your friendly neighborhood aunties and uncles:
Great for toast:
Also can be paired with Ice cream in what is known as an ‘Icecream Sandwich:’[/en
[en]Nostalgia with a slight sweetness and the comforting scent of a mild burn:
获得8好评的回答@ Bidad Homayun
These are the most common types of bread in Iran.
Taftoon (it is not a big tortilla bread,it just looks like it) :
Barbari (great when is hot and fresh):
Sangak (this one is baked on little pieces of stone):
获得6好评的回答@ Yosey Huff
I live in the US. These are just some of what we have here:
获得4好评的回答@ Enrique Cortes
In Mexico we classify bread into two types: “sweet” bread and “salty” bread.
Here’s an example of “sweet” bread:
The savory (“salty”) breads look like this:
We eat them during lunch, or we use them to make “tortas” or “lonches” (Mexican sandwiches):