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Different kinds of pita?

If you want to use the thin harder kind of pita (might work with the fluffy kind as well) you cut it open part way along its edge and slip you food in, making it a filled pocket which you can hold in ...
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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?

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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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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