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Crunchy flatbread thing from Italy?


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Crunchy flatbread thing from Italy?

THewat | Apr 25, 2011 07:02 PM

You know when you eat something when you are traveling and then you search evermore for a way to make it? in 2007, I went to Le Marche in Italy, and in two different towns I bought a bread-type-thing, about a quarter inch thick, almost a thick cracker, rich with olive oil & sesame & sunflower seeds. (I could see the sunflower and taste the sesame.) It was crispy all the way through, but not dry. It looked like it had been a really wet dough, cooked in a jelly roll type pan & cut into rectangles. The second bakery said it was called Pizza Seca de Cerial. I can't find anything like it, either in my books or on the web. Anyone know? I found it plain, delicious, and addictive.

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