Baladi bread, or Egyptian flat bread, is made mostly with whole wheat flour. The
dough is flattened, either by hand or machine, into round shapes. The dough is then
baked in a wood-burning or gas oven. Bedouinpeople living in the desert bake a few
different types of bread. One type, called tib-bena, is baked by covering the flattened
dough with chunks of hot coal, as seen in the photo below.
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