A baguette is a long single loaf of French bread that is traditionally used to create submarine sandwiches. A baguette is made with wheat flour, water, yeast, and joint salty. It does not hold additives, but it may hold broad bean flour, soya flour, wheat malt flour. Baguettes, either moderately in need single-serving magnitude or cut from a hungerer skulk, are very habitually meant for sandwiches. Baguettes are habitually sliced and served with pate or cheese. Now you will learn how to make an french baguette, just follow the instruction.
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