Helathy nutrition leads to healthy life and bread is basic part of nutrition in many coutries all over the world. There are many types of bread, some are healthier than the other but all in all, it isn’t bad for your body. Bread is actually made of flour, water and yeast which is mixed together and baked. There are some breads that have granes, different type of flour, made without some ingredients or with additional ingredients for better nutrition abilites or for different preparations. There are numerous breads all over the world and we have found one of the most famous breads from every country.
Types of bread from all over the wolrd:
Arepa – it is a corn flour flat bread, which is eaten in Venezuela and Colombia.
Bagel – it isn’t actually a bread, but it is a bread product. It is round bread with hole in the middle, usually has sezame, poppy seed or something else on it. They are first boiled than baked.
Baguette – it is one of the types of bread that comes from France. It is thin loaf with diameter of about 5 centimeters and half a meter long.
Batard – it is a French white sourdough made with a levain blanc starter. The name means bastard.
Baton – French flatbread made with whole wheat flour.
Batter bread – it is a soft cornmeal bread which is eaten with a spoon, sometimes can include rice and hominy.
Beer bread – it is acactually simple quick bread but flovered with beer, but alcohol evaporates during baking.
Bialy – It is a bread product with a hole in it, but the bilay is filled with cooked onions and even poppy seeds then baked.
Biscut – it is a bread popular in USA, it has firm crust but soft interior due to the wya of preparing and baking biscut.
Black bread (black russian bread) - black bread with 17 ingredients like sugar, fluor, butter, chocolate and many more.
Boule – it is French bread in a shape of orb, but suqashed. It is simple made bread made with any type of flour.
Bolillo – it is Mexican bread with very crunchy crust and soft inside, it is similar to French baugette.
Bread bowl – ti is round bread that is used like a bowl, hollow from the inside and top is cut off so you can put food in it.
Breadstick (Grissini) – it is bread product shaped in long thin sticks, hence the name, usually dusted with garlic and parmesan, cheese and many more.
Brioche – it is French bread and its dough contains high proportion of fat, you can add milk or oil in it to make it richer
Bun – It is a bread product often has dried fruit and it is sweetened. Usually in round shape but it can be in other shapes as well.
Callah – also named berches or khale, it is special Jewish braide bread which they eat on Sabbath and holidays.
Chapati – it is traditional Indian bread and it isn’t leavened, it is made with wheat flour. It is baked but it can be preparted of a tawa.
Ciabatta – it is Italian bread made with olive oil and it is named ciabatta becaouse it resembles a slipper.
Colomba di Pasqua – it is traditional Easter cake, eaten for Easter. It is made with flour, sugar, eggs, butter and yeast.
Cornbread – it is bread made with cornmeal usually leavened by baking powder without yeast.
Cottage bread – It is English bread that consists of two loaf one on top of the other. The bigger one is at the bottom.
Crispbread – it is bread that comes from Sweden it is made out of rye flour and it can be thought of as dry bread and hard bread.
Croissant – it is a French bread product, often eaten for breakfast, it can have chocolate, vanilla or something else in it. It is crescent shaped and made out of sweet pastry.
Crostini – it is small toasted bread, usually it is confused with bruschette, but it is actually white bread and not sourdough.
Cuban bread – it is bread from Cuba, it looks like French and Italian bread but with differences in ingredients and preparing methods.
Date nut bread – it is a tea bread with dtrong flavours of sweet dates andcrunchy walnuts.
Empanada – it is Spanish stuffed bread which is baked or fired. It is also comon in Latin America, Southern Europe and Southeast Asia. It is filled with meat, cheese or vegetables.
Epi – it is French bread that looks like stalk of wheat. Bread doesn’t have to cut you can tear apart every roll of breat
Ficelle – this type od bread is very similar to baguette, but it is smaller. It has crispy crust and soft crumb.
Flatbread – it is a simple bread which is flat and thin. It is usually made with flour, salt and water and then flattened.
Focaccia – it is Italian bread made with olive oil and sometimes even vith vegetables.
French bread – most famous French bread it is white bread in long loaf
French toast – it is actually a bread which is first soaked in egg and milk and than fried.
Fruit bread – it is bread with pieces of fruit in it.
Garlic bread – it is bread with garlic in it as main ingredient for flavour.
Hot cross bun – it is a bun which has a cross at the top, usually filled with dried friut.
Injera – it is bread from Ethiopia. It is spongy, sour flatbread used to scoop up meat and vegetables
Italian bread – it is similar to French bread but softer and it is made with olive oil.
Irish soda bread – it is bread from Ireland that uses soda as a leavener.
Jewish rye bread – it is made with rye flour adn it can contain caraway
Lavash – it is a thin flatbread used for wraps
Marble rye bread – it is a bread that consists of different rye bread. It comes in two colors, hence the name marble bread
Miche – it is a round loaf made out of whole wheal flour
M’smen – it is Moroccan flatbread with buttery structre
Naan – it is Indian flatbreadbread, leavened and baked in oven
Nut bread – it is bread with pieces of nut in it.
Olive bread – it is bread with olives and olive oil
Onion bread – it is bread with pieces of onion in it.
Pandoro – it is Italian sweet bread, it is eaten around Christmas
Panettone – it is Italian bread, actually from Milan, it is eaten around Christmas
Panforte – it is Italian bread known for its strong flavour and it is also preapred around Christmas
Pan loaf – it is a type of bread loaf baked in a pan
Paratha – it is Indian flatbread fried in a pan
Pan de sal – it is a bread roll made out of eggs, sugar, yeast and salt. Very common in the Philippines
Peasant bread – it is simple bread which can last for longer perion, made usually by peasants
Pizza – it is a flatbread covered at the top with meat, vegetables and tomato sauce. Comes from Italia.
Pocket bread – a small round bread which has an opening, like a pocket, for filling.
Poori – it is deep friedpuffed bread, from India
Portugese sweet bread – it is bread made with milk, sugar, eggs, flour and yeast. It is common to use honey and lemon peel as well.
Pretzel – it is a thin bread baked in a form of a knot. Usually it has salt on the top.
Pullman loaf – it is a bread baked in a long, narrow pan. It is made with white flour, usually used for making sandwiches.
Pumpernickel bread – it is a sweet rye bread made with coarsely ground rye.
Quick bread – it is bread leavened with baking powder or soda because if you use yeast to leaven the bread it will rise for a long time. This is quicker way to prepare bread.
Roti – it is an Indian flatbread made mostly out of stoneground wholemeal flour, known as atta flour
Rye bread – it is bread made with different percentages of flour, but from rye grain.
Scone – it is a bread made of wheat, oatmeal usually served as a dessert. It can be sweetened or glazed as well
Simit – it is a Turkish bread, similar to pretzel ny looks. It is eaten with jam or yogurt for breakfast mostly.
Split-top roll – it is a bread which before baking, you make a cut at the top. Usually used for sandwiches and hot dogs.
Toast – it is a lice of bread, it can be any kind, which is browned on both sides due to toasting.
Tortilla – it is a bread product, it is a flat pancake of conrmeal or flour, from Mexico
Tsoureki – it is a sweet bread made of eggs, milk and buttter, usually eaten for Easter in Greece.
Vienna loaf - it s a oval shaped loaf from Austria and it has cut slits at the top before baking.
White bread – it is a bread made of white flour
Whole wheat bread – it is a bread made with whole wheat flour