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Martin <me@address.invalid> wrote:[color=blue]
> On Sat, 15 Nov 2014 13:56:47 -0500, James Silverton
> <not.jim.silverton@verizon.net> wrote:
>> On 11/15/2014 11:23 AM, Erilar wrote:[color=darkred]
>>> "tim....." <tims_new_home@yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
>>>> "Tom P" <werotizy@freent.dd> wrote in message news:cchnb0Fjmu7U1@mid.individual.net...
>>>>> On 08.11.2014 21:38, JohnT wrote:
>>>>>> "Erilar" <drache@chibardun.netinvalid> wrote in message
>>>>>> news:m3lq46$97v$5@dont-email.me...
>>>>>>> Martin <me@address.invalid> wrote:
>>>>>>>> On Wed, 5 Nov 2014 20:15:34 +0000 (UTC), Erilar
>>>>>>>> <drache@chibardun.netinvalid>
>>>>>>>> wrote:
>>>>>>>>> The election results are in. i really want to move to Germany. >>>>> Politics
>>>>>>>>> strike me as more rational there.
>>>>>>>> Only because you don't live in Germany.
>>>>>>> Ah, but I follow events there and I HAVE lived there in the past.
>>>>>>> Besides,
>>>>>>> they have the best bread in the world!
>>>>>> Some German bread is tolerably good. I assume that you are not familiar
>>>>>> with Poilane.
>>>>> There is no such thing as "German" bread. Each region has different
>>>>> kinds > of bread. In Bavaria bread often contains a lot of caraway, an
>>>>> acquired > taste for me.
>>>> IME almost all German Bread's an acquired taste for me. I like my bread
>>>> to be soft and fluffy, not so dense you can use it as roof tiles.
>>>> It may "taste" nicer than other countries bread but I just can't abide the texture
>>> Oh, then you must like the tasteless white stuff they call "bread" in the
>>> US?
>> A lot of countries have "tasteless white stuff" bread. I've seen it in a
>> French supermarket and think it was called "Pain pour toast". The
>> British eat a lot of it too. It's common in the Outer Hebrides where it
>> shipped from Glasgow and takes several days to come.[/color]
> M&S in the Netherlands import it from UK. An English food shop that used to be
> in Scheveningen said that imported from UK white sliced bread and toilet paper,
> (not a lot of difference) were their best selling products.[/color]

In my opinion, the former and latter would taste about the same, and both
could be used for the latter purpose. . .

Erilar, biblioholic medievalist with iPad
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