Daktyla (Greek cuisine): Daktyla is Greek "country" or "country" sourdough bread, but it is also popular in Cyprus and Turkey.
It has a segmented shape resembling the fingers of bread, which gives it its name of "finger of bread" (Δάχτυλα, daktyla in Greek means "fingers"), which is made by making deep notches in a bread before baking. , or actually a row of dough rolls which are attached to each other by the baker.
This bread is ...
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