from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Bread made of oatmeal. See haver.


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  • By the way, oats were not only the staple food in Scotland but also in Cumbria--where oatbread is or was called haverbread, from the norse word for oats--and the North of England.

    Oatmeal Bannock (Scones Part 1)

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