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London Bread
Breads
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A general term for bread made from what would now be considered a standard dough, as regulated by the London Bread Act of 1822, which enforced standards to prevent adulteration and applied to the area within 10 miles of the Royal Exchange. English, Irish and Scottish Bread Acts followed.


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