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olive ciabatta

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yozzause

olive ciabatta

Just thought i would share an olive ciabatta with you that i bought from the local bakery here in Fremantle area IL PANINO, I worked with the proprioter many years ago. Very nice tasty loaf NICK, I have had an invite to come on in for a play that i intend takeing up soon. Regards Yozzaick


 

spsq's picture
spsq

This looks great.  How did it taste?


 


a local bakery has an olive/sea salt fougasse that is heaven!  I wonder what type of olives to use - at $3 a pop, ($36 per dozen!!!) I better learn to imitate them at home!

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yozzause

I Grow olives  at home two young trees and collect them all around locally they grow pretty well and pretty easy. i process them myself too, takes about 6 to 8 weeks. the grand daughters eat them like lollies.


so where abouts are olives that expensive?


The ciabata was baked by an ITALIAN it cost $4.00 aussie about double what you can buy a sliced sandwhich loaf for but really no comparison.


regards Yozza    

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spsq

But I'm sure they don't use no name olives from the supermarket.  Before I tackle making my own olive bread, I want to find the best olives.