Epi is commonly made with baguette dough, and it is cut with scissors to resemble a stalk of wheat. It makes a great centerpiece for a dinner table, and can be passed around for each guest to tear off a roll of bread. In this video, the process of cutting epi is demonstrated. Proper and http://um.kepno.pl/online-meds-cialis improper ways of cutting are both shown, as well as how to make different styles of epis.


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