TIL that ciabatta is not a traditional Italian bread, but was invented in 1982 to compete with French baguette sandwiches. by whatilearned January 25, 2022, 11:10 pm Read more: https://baking-history.com/ciabatta/ What do you think? 12 Points Upvote Downvote baguettebreadCiabattacompetefrenchinventedItaliansandwichesTILToday I learnedTraditional See more Previous article found in r/playboicarti Next article I went to the doctor today 8 Comments Leave a Reply Baguette sandwich >> ciabatta sandwich Log in to Reply Bread wars 1982 Log in to Reply I think after 40 years it‘s safe to say it is in fact a traditional italian bread now. Log in to Reply Tomatoes are integral to Italian cuisine but didn’t arrive until after the Americas were discovered. When they do it they do it right 👌 Log in to Reply It’s me favorite Italian bread, smart move Italy!! Log in to Reply Baguette is from 1920 Log in to Reply Its spelled “Chewbacca”. Log in to Reply Mission accomplished Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.