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- n. bread made with whole wheat flour
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Xander pointed to the bread and asked for some cheese and figs. The man tore off a hunk of dark bread and then cut a section of cheese and placed it on a wooden platter with a handful of figs. “You might need something to wash that down,” the servant said with a smile.
There were baked bladder plants stuffed with seafood, various greens and tuberlike vegetables, some yellow grain that smelled delicious, and loaves of dark bread piled high at every table.
The second I got off the plane in Munich, I was introduced to delicious, dark bread and German beer—which the Bavarians call “liquid bread”—and I enthusiastically took up the tradition of eating a pretzel with cold butter each morning.