what do you call this in your country and do you eat it?
What do you call this in your country and do you eat it?
>how do you call it?
pão de forma where I live
>blBlabla I'm fat
the end piece
Yes, of course. Do you throw it away?
Dernière tranche de pain
african americans do
toast if it's industrial loaf bread
white/mixed bread if it's actually bread loaf
no, it's bad for healthy generally lol. only once in a while with a good burger but try to stay away from it otherwise
Its called the Heel
We call that piece "La tapa" at least in this cunt. Most people don't eat it, most of the time I don't eat it either, but if I'm really hungry I'll eat that thing
>Toast if its loaf bread
>Bread if its bread loaf
What did he mean by this
It's the knob end and generally no, you keep it on the end of the loaf to stop the middle bot going stale as quickly
I do of course
I would if it was a bread like in OP's picture
if it's """bread""" like pic related it's called toast
if it's actual bread it's called bread
Wtf how did that come to pass, what do you call toast in german then?? Seems a bit confusing to me
toast (from bread) is called toasted bread if you toast it inside the slot of a toaster and roasted bread if you toast it by other means
toast (from toast) is called toasted toast if you toast it inside the slot of a toaster and roasted toast if you toast it by other means
And I thought german being complicated was a meme
Is this German humour?
third world mentality
i don't eat bread
Pane in cassetta.
But I'd rather eat the real deal.
Pic related is Italian bread.
You still get the same thing with loaves of different shapes though don't you
Patka-heel and yes
We call it the "kenyérsarka" (Bread's heel)
If it's a proper, freshly baked loaf then I cut it off immediately and eat it with butter while it's still crunchy. If it's pre-sliced toast bread then I avoid it until no other slices are left for toasting.
It's called "end slices".
The taste and texture change depending on where you go. Some breads are brown, some white, some with salt, some are made of durum wheat, plenty of choices.