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The Perfect Loaf

For years we Brits overlooked and over-processed the bread we ate. Beginning in the sixties, with the invention of the Chorleywood process, bread was eventually reduced to the blandest of foodstuffs; the medium-sliced white loaf. In the meantime, many countries maintained traditional baking methods and kept baking bread the way it should be. The loaves shown here are a perfect example of this; bread that's meant to be eaten and enjoyed for its flavour, not reduced to playing a supporting role in a processed sandwich.