Dating back to prehistoric times, bread is a dietary mainstay found in cultures throughout the world. It is made by mixing a batter or dough from flour, liquid, and, in some cases, a leavener and cooking it over a fire, in an oven, or on top of a griddle. (Flat breads, such as matzo or tortillas do not contain leaveners.)
A crisp breakfast or dessert batter bread made using a special appliance called a waffle iron. The iron covers the surface of the bread with a series of deep honeycomb-like pockets, which are useful for containing maple syrup, the traditional waffle accompaniment. See also Belgian waffle.
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