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Focaccia is an Italian bread made from pizza dough, baked in thin squares or rounds and then cut into slices. Its name is a descendant of late Latin focacia, which was derived from Latin focus, ‘fireplace’: such bread would have been baked on a metal plate over the embers of a fire.

Subjects: Cookery, Food, and Drink.

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