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    Vort limpa is the one we use at my house mostly



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    Ciabatta or Baguette for sandwiches, and Bara Brith in general.

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    I have dear memories of my grandmother baking Broa de Milho in her wood oven. It is a type of corn and rye bread traditionally made in Portugal.




    I do not eat it as often though because the ones available at the supermarkets are quite bland.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brįs Garcia de Mascarenhas View Post
    I have dear memories of my grandmother baking Broa de Milho in her wood oven. It is a type of corn and rye bread traditionally made in Portugal.

    I do not eat it as often though because the ones available at the supermarkets are quite bland.
    There's a Brazilian-Portuguese shop/cafe close to where I live, where they make them, they're bloody great.

    There's this more crunchy, almost biscuit like bread that they also call Broa de Milho that they make, some people call them Pćo de Minuto, is this something that is popular in Portugal?


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    White Power Bread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marinus View Post

    Is that bread? We have something that looks pretty similar but I don't remember the name. They are sweet however, usually made with honey and orange. I see it has a biscuit rather than bread but I don't know if we are talking about the same thing.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Brįs Garcia de Mascarenhas View Post
    Is that bread? We have something that looks pretty similar but I don't remember the name. They are sweet however, usually made with honey and orange. I see it has a biscuit rather than bread but I don't know if we are talking about the same thing.
    Yes I think that might be the one, the bakers "class" it as a Broa, but I'm with you on that I think it's more of a biscuit than bread. It's nice and sweet, not overtly so. I remembered they also call it Broa de Fuba in Brazil.

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