Cuban bread is difficult to find outside of Florida, but French or Italian bread can be substituted.
However, for the true Odessa experience, find a truck selling kvass, a traditional Russian beer brewed from bread.
In fact, the bread only contained 30 percent whole grains; it was made mostly with refined white flour.
Like a muffaletta, the bread must be chewy enough to stay tough when wrapped around oily foods.
This is the simplest, most basic pizza (and bread) dough you can make.
We are but tradesmen, working for bread, and not for righteousness' sake.
So the poor lad was very sorrowful, and wondered what he should do to get his bread.
This, with the bread, of which we were on this trip the happy possessors, constituted our meals.
These are not, however, to be regarded as resources for bread.
Feed your souls with the word of God, with the bread of life!
Old English bread "bit, crumb, morsel; bread," cognate with Old Norse brauð, Danish brød, Old Frisian brad, Middle Dutch brot, Dutch brood, German Brot. According to one theory [Watkins, etc.] from Proto-Germanic *brautham, which would be from the root of brew (v.) and refer to the leavening.
But OED argues at some length for the basic sense being not "cooked food" but "piece of food," and the Old English word deriving from a Proto-Germanic *braudsmon- "fragments, bits" (cf. Old High German brosma "crumb," Old English breotan "to break in pieces") and being related to the root of break (v.). It cites Slovenian kruh "bread," literally "a piece."
Either way, by c.1200 it had replaced the usual Old English word for "bread," which was hlaf (see loaf (n.)). Slang meaning "money" dates from 1940s, but cf. breadwinner. Bread-and-butter in the figurative sense of "basic needs" is from 1732. Bread and circuses (1914) is from Latin, in reference to food and entertainment provided by governments to keep the populace happy. "Duas tantum res anxius optat, Panem et circenses" [Juvenal, Sat. x.80].
"to dress with bread crumbs," 1727, from bread (n.). Related: Breaded; breading.