Ethnic Breads Are Everywhere

“Flatbread has captured the popular imagination. The thin Middle Eastern flatbread lavash has been around for decades and, in recent years, as Indian cuisine has taken off, the flatbreads roti and naan have followed suit, and are now available in shelf-stable form at grocery stores…California Lavash makes four different types of flatbreads (lavash, naan, noor and sangak)…According to trendwatcher Baum and Whiteman’s October 2012 report, “2013 Food Trend Predictions Begin Trickling In,” even quick-service restaurants will be adding ethnic influences and exploring bread options beyond the bun.”