French Bread

French Bread -

As generally known in this country, is a long narrow loaf - often eighteen inches long and upward - of crisp crust and proportionately little crumb. In France, there are two distinct types of bread. The kind already mentioned, in Paris sometimes reaching a length of three to five feet, is known as "Pain ordinaire" (ordinary bread). The other is "Pain riche" (rich bread) - a finer variety mixed with milk and made in all sorts of shapes (crescents, etc.), generally of small size.

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