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Different kinds of pita?

The thin pita you find a lot in stores is called just that: "thin pita". I tend to call it "Egyptian pita" because it's a style that's very common there, due partly to the price ...
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Different kinds of pita?

"Pita" is simply a name for the shape. It's a loaf of bread which is approximately round, and the diameter is much larger than the height. Any consistency of bread could be baked in that ...
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Different kinds of pita?

You might be seeing ‘pocket pita’ which is the first type that I was familiar with. It tends to be dryer and firmer than non-pocket pita bread. As it’s cooked, it is allowed to puff up so that when ...
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