|How Do You Say "focaccia, focacce"?||
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|What is "focaccia, focacce"?||
‘Focaccia’ *(f) is a flat Italian bread made with olive oil and herbs. The plural is ‘focacce’.
English speakers tend to pronounce the ‘i’ in the singular (focaccia) which gives the word an extra syllable. This is incorrect – hover over the colored letters for an explanation.
To find out more about the different types of Italian bread, have a look at the following entry:
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