What's the price of bread in your country?

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  1. philippe

    philippe FYI, I chase trains.

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    Here it is ranging from 1,85-2,00 €

    There used to be an maximum price for bread, but the government recently annulled it. Now prices can soar without restraint. What do you think about that?

    So how much does your bread cost?
     
  2. Quildavyr

    Quildavyr Man of sick jokes!

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    50 cent....
     
  3. Tycoon101

    Tycoon101 Loves being STRONG

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    How Do I Bread Masterrace?
     
  4. Zelig

    Zelig Beep Boop

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    I just bought 3 loaves of 60% whole wheat bread for $1.60 each.
     
  5. Elrohir

    Elrohir RELATIONAL VALORIZATION

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    I think price controls are stupid, especially in necessities like food staples.
     
  6. psweetman1590

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    You buy bread, and crush it into crumbs. Then you find your Masterrace, kill it, and roll it through the bread.
     
  7. GinandTonic

    GinandTonic Saphire w/ Schweps + Lime

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    Sorry arsed processed crap you could probably get a loaf for under 30p. Decent baggett goes for around 80p or so. Nice fresh largish loaf perhaps £1.20

    Bread has got a lot better in the last few years, ever since supermarkets raised their game to match the bakeries.
     
  8. GinandTonic

    GinandTonic Saphire w/ Schweps + Lime

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    Need liquid to make it stick. Egg white. Some people use milk, but it doesnt give you the crispy factor of the egg white.
     
  9. Arwon

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    Loaves in Spain can be had for about a euro I think. I'll check next time I buy one.
     
  10. JollyRoger

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  11. Luckymoose

    Luckymoose The World is Mine

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    $3 or somewhere near there.
     
  12. skadistic

    skadistic Caomhanach

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    Plain old white bread $0.80

    French $1.30

    made at home whole wheat $0.30
     
  13. woody60707

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    2 for $3

    xcl
     
  14. Bamspeedy

    Bamspeedy CheeseBob

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    The kind I usually buy is about tree-fitty.

    I could probably find a loaf of refined sugar dough crap for one-fitty.
     
  16. azzaman333

    azzaman333 meh

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  17. warpus

    warpus In pork I trust

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    You'll have to remember that to Americans and Canadians "bread" means something else than what a European would call bread.

    Cheap toast-like white stuff that you could squeeze into the size of a marble passes for bread around here..

    Real bread is a bit more expensive.
     
  18. CCRunner

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    About a $1.50 here.
     
  19. PersianBoy

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    thanks to government subsidy in Iran it is about 10 cent for big ones and 2 cents for small
     
  20. holiday_hawk

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    I think i paid $1.25 when i got the king sized loaf the other day.
     

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