Drip-Free Pita Bread?! A Pastry Virtuoso Spends 7 Years Perfecting The Pita
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Tel Aviv, Israel
#1 Dec 10, 2013
Best thing since sliced bread? If you’ve ever had the traditional Israeli falafel pita, then you’re probably familiar with its main drawback – leakage. Since it is usually consumed with fresh vegetable salad and tahini, at a certain stage, the pita can no longer contain its content and starts to leak.
Israeli pastry-chef and entrepreneur Shimmy Seren spent seven years perfecting his special bread cylinder, dubbed the “Feeli,” to make sure everyone can enjoy their food – without dirtying their pants in the process.
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