Bread is one of the most interesting products to study, and it changes to widely throughout the world. If you’re a bread lover, you really need to get to these countries to see how different their bread are!
Because of Slovenia’s border with Italy, in some regions, you might find that the gastronomy is similar to that of Italy, like in their pogaca bread which is similar to a foccacia.
However, there is a difference that makes bread in Slovenia that much better. The small country has 24 different gastronomic regions, in a country that only has a population of about 2 million people.
Bread has also been used in Slovenian culture for both pagan and religious purposes, so bread is essential to this country.
Morocco, although it’s in North Africa, shares a lot of culinary similarities with neighboring Middle Eastern countries like Lebanon or Syria.
In all these countries, a bread called khobz is something you will see all over the place. It’s a type of flatbread that’s similar to a pita, but usually thicker, and super delicious.
In South Africa, pot brood, or bread baked in an iron pot, is the bread of choice for most locals. It takes on many different flavors and is only enhanced by cooking it over a grill or some type of open flame.