A delicious variety of bread, most commonly Italian or French. However, the bread itself was devised in Campobasso, Italy by Italian breadmaster Antonio Linguine. It was done so during the sunken depression of 1827 when a particularly derivative, affordable and yet sumptuous bread varietal was required by honest Italians in those dire days. Today Shiat survives as a delicacy all throughout the world.
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