Why does the bread have no salt in Florence, Italy?

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  • Why does the bread have no salt in Florence, Italy?


Answer #1 | 28/06 2006 09:32
Mabye because it tastes better
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Answer #2 | 28/06 2006 10:07
Maybe because it's meant for dipping in seasoned olive oil?
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Answer #3 | 29/06 2006 12:51
maybe during the renaissance most people didnt put salt and now its like a custom
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Answer #4 | 30/06 2006 04:52
I think it is because in ancient time salt was to expensive to buy . this particularity remained ever since
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Answer #5 | 04/07 2006 12:15
Because they eat better than we do in america! Ages back, italy suffered from hunger...bread and pasta were the cheapest things to make. without salt, all you need is flour and water and yeast. however, you can get bread in italy with salt in it, just ask for ''pane salata'' and they'll give you a choice. Pugliese bread is salted, and so is ciabatta.
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