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I Knead Some Bread
Breads and Grains
"From widely-sold to little-known, there are many delicious and unique breads enjoyed throughout our world. How familiar are you with this wonderful staple?"
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
Made with a lightly sweetened egg-rich dough and usually shaped into a loaf, which yeast-bread is similar to brioche?
With a name that means 'speckled bread', which bread has a lightly spiced, fruit-packed, moist and dense texture?
Believed to have originated with the Arawak Indians in the West Indies, which flatbread is made from the cassava plant?
At one time a very important part of the Icelandic diet, and still popular today, which bread is also known by the nickname 'thunder bread'?
Traditionally baked in a domed brick oven heated by coals, which Iranian flatbread is usually eaten at breakfast with a feta-style cheese called tabriz?
Which tangy bread uses a fermented mixture of flour and water to provide the leavening agent instead of the more traditional yeast?
Avoided by the ancient Greeks and Romans - because of its association with poverty - which grain was later embraced by Scandinavia and parts of eastern Europe and used in many very popular breads?
Usually shaped into a round with a deep cross cut into the top, and at one time baked over a fire in a bastible, which bread requires no kneading?
Which bread can be baked or steamed for up to twenty-four hours, is unusually dark in color, has a bold flavor and dense texture, and originated in Westphalia, Germany?
Usually made from ground tef, a grain native to Ethiopia, which flatbread is traditionally served with a classic meat or vegetable stew called wat?
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Compiled Jun 28 12