How breadsticks evolved in the world?

Every one of us knows the goodness and the healtly taste of present-day breadsticks. But who knows their history? and who knows how breadsticks evolved in the world? Here you can find a little history about them! Enjoy the trip!

A little history about breadsticks

The history tells us that the breadsticks were born in 1675, when the young duke Vittorio Amedeo II of the house of Savoy was only nine years old was seriously ill. He suffered intestinal disorders that reduced his ability to eat. For this reason his parents recommended that the weak child needed to eat only easy to digest food. So, the duke and the doctor commissed a baker Antonio Brunero, to create something that the young duke could digest.

The baker Brunero decided to take a part of the dough used to make  ghersa and stratch it out into long and thin strips. Once baked, a new shape and taste of bread was bread. The new product became a great success and day by day entered the daily life of Torino citizens and in the second time also in the whole Italy. Only thanks to the weak child Vittorio Amedeo II and his baker we can eat this good food product nowadays.

Breadsticks in our days

Nowadays breadsticks are one of the main meal for most part of people and we can  often find them in many restaurant and in many households. More often in every supermarket of our city. Breadsticks are hard, crunchy, pencil-shaped sticks and have the consistency of crackers that could last for days. The truly trick of his crnuchy taste is based on banking them just to the desired level of crispy-ness without burning them. In present days we can find them in different forms, from super crispy to simple designs of the original grissini, modern breadsticks are often seasoned with a variety of herbs and spices.  We can also find them in some pizzerias served with a side of melted butter or pizza sauce.






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