I’m a bread person and make a point to try the local bread(s) wherever I visit. It’s 1 of the reasons I like going to Germany. I remember eating breads on my holidays in China… Bread in China? Yes, it’s possible (though they tend to be a bit sweet). Any Muslim enclave will have breads. I had the best flatbread baked in an old oil drum in Lhasa, Tibet.
I’ve started going through my holiday photos looking for breads I ate. If you have come across some good breads please share. Would be interesting to see breads from around the world.
Breads I had in Songpan, China. Songpan (in northern Sichuan province) has a big Tibetan enclave.
Also in Songpan
I think it’s baked in a pot.
And on the pavement where it’s sold.
In northern Greece. In Turkey it’s known as Simit.
I did make photos of the flatbread I enjoyed so much in Lhasa. Will find them on my CDs.