The sea is where salt rises bread.
The Irish sea, with its salty waters and deep red colour, is the ideal environment for this salt cast bread, which is popular at a number of restaurants in Ireland and the UK.
Its a staple for most of the world, but there are many places in the UK where its more popular than the seaside.
The salt rises to the surface as the bread is baking, allowing the bread to develop its rich and deep golden brown colour.
A few ingredients, such as yeast and water, are added to the bread for an even higher level of flavour and aroma.
The taste is rich and slightly salty, but it also gives a hint of the sea’s flavour, making it the perfect addition to a traditional Irish dinner.
Saffron Toast is popular in Ireland, and is traditionally baked in an old-fashioned style, but also used in many other places around the world.