Egyptian Bread

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nfn | 01:33 Fri 05th Nov 2010 | History
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M'boy is off on a school trip and they HAVE to have a traditional Egyptian packed lunch (no plastic bags/lunch boxes etc). Just because I need to be 'spot on', does anyone know a modern day equivalent of traditional, ancient Egyptian bread please? Preferably one I can re-produce! Thank you


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I don`t know about ancient Egyptian bread but in Egypt and the middle east they eat Arabic bread which is very much like pitta but thinner and a bit more elastic. Pitta bread would be the nearest you can get to that.
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thanks Pixi, might have to be Hovis then, lol!!
2375J (if that is your real name) lol - I think Pitta is looking like the way to go!

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Any flat bread will do, eg chappatti or pitta.Just think of traditional middle eastern stuff and you won't go far wrong.
pitta and hummus maybe, in a paper bag.
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we have to put it in a paper bag and the only plastic allowed is for water bottles (thankfully they don't insist on cowhide)lol - I'm really looking forward to this challenge and thank you for your help

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