Masa Bambini Bread Bakery, in Seville

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Spain isn’t quite known for its breads. It’s probably because bread is more used as a vehicle for eating other foods – like pan con tomate (toasted bread with olive oil, then rubbed with fresh tomato and a bit of salt) or as a resting place for marinated sardines, or another tapas, rather than enjoyed on its own. To make a little confession; when I came to Spain, I brought a little loaf of bread from France with me to have for breakfast. . . .

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