By now, you’ve probably heard about a new product that will be on sale this week: the papillon loaf.
It’s a simple loaf of bread that consists of a dough, some ground papillon and the yeast, all rolled up into a rectangular loaf of soft, moist, crumbly goodness.
If you’re wondering what a papillon is, that’s the name for a type of yeast used to make bread that can be used to produce bread at a low cost.
It can also be used for other purposes, such as making yogurt or making wine.
The dough is then rolled into a rectangle, the yeast is stirred in, and the dough is finished off by the addition of water.
A few weeks ago, we reviewed a product called the Papillon Bread from the French bakery La Parfait, which uses the yeast to make sourdough bread, but it’s not the only product out there using the yeast in its bread.
There are many others that use it as well.
Here are some of the best products out there, and how you can make them yourself.
(For more about this, check out the Bread-Making 101 series.)