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Name: Aoibhe Flynn 30th January 2013
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Name: David Friedman 16th December 2017
Do you have a period source this is based on? I would be a little surprised to see egg in this sort of early bread.

There are actually bread recipes in al-Warraq (10th century middle eastern), including one that is intended to be cooked stuck to the inside of a tannur and works on a hot frying pan over the fire.
Name: Gib;b 27th June 2018
nice

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