How to spot a good baguette


Not all baguettes are created equal. Avoid loaves with Braille-like dots. Photo: AFP

Look for taste, smell, appearance, doneness and bread texture.

For hours on a Parisian spring afternoon, a panel of judges tore, chewed, sniffed and inspected hundreds of baguettes before pronouncing a single baton the best of the bunch.

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