|How Do You Say "croûte, croûtes"?||
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|What is "croûte, croûtes"?|
‘Croûte, croûtes’ is French for both ‘crust,s’, and ‘rind,s’ (with reference to cheese). In cooking it can mean a couple of things, some of which are remarkably similar to the description of a ‘croustade‘.
With regard to soups like ‘bourride‘, and ‘bouillabaisse‘, a croûte refers to a piece or slice of stale or oven-dried bread, which is placed at the bottom of each serving dish before spooning the soup over. It can also refer to:
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