Flatbread, a food item prepared since ancient times, is showing up on an increasing number of trendy restaurant menus as operators recognize its customizability, healthful perception, modest cost and ability to be shared by guests. While most flatbread recipes call for only three ingredients — flour, water and salt — the simple bread, which was introduced in the Middle East thousands of years ago, lends itself to a variety of inventive options and preparations. Menu makers ...
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