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Food Column: Elton On Baladi Bread

Mix flour with water and yeast and you end up with bread. Naan, pita, baguette-all sorts of different breads of different shapes, textures and flavours. In Toronto, we are lucky to be able to buy many of them. Our food columnist Sarah Elton was here to talk about one of these breads. Egyptian style pita, or baladi bread made by Essam Mantoura of Ancient Pita. You can find these pitas at: Adonis in Mississauga Town and Country Arz Fine Foods The Big Carrot Stop and Go at Eglinton and Erin Mills Botros Market at Mavis and Eglinton As well as at some churches in the city, on Sunday. Listen audio (runs 7:04)

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