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A loaf is a shape, usually a rounded or oblong mass of food, typically and originally of bread.wikipedia
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Bread

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A loaf is a shape, usually a rounded or oblong mass of food, typically and originally of bread.
The Old English word for bread was hlaf (hlaifs in Gothic: modern English loaf), which appears to be the oldest Teutonic name.

Meatloaf

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The same principle applies to non-bread products such as meatloaf and cakes that are cooked so as to retain their shape during the cooking process.
Meatloaf is a dish of ground meat that has been mixed with other ingredients and formed into the shape of a loaf, then baked or smoked.

Bread pan

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It is common to bake bread in a rectangular bread pan, also called a loaf pan, because some kinds of bread dough tend to collapse and spread out during the cooking process.
The most common shape of the bread pan is the loaf, or narrow rectangle, a convenient form which enables uniform slicing.

Nutraloaf

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Nutraloaf, a type of food served in some US prisons.
The ingredients are blended and baked into a solid loaf.

Sandwich loaf

Sandwich loaf, a layer-cake like party food, made from a loaf of bread with savory fillings.
To create a sandwich loaf, bread is cut horizontally and spread with layers of filling.

Rectangle

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A loaf is a shape, usually a rounded or oblong mass of food, typically and originally of bread.

Viscosity

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Doughs with a thicker viscosity can be hand-molded into the desired loaf shape and cooked on a flat oven tray.

Mass production

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Many kinds of mass-produced bread are distinctly squared, with well-defined corners on the bottom of the loaf.

Old English

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The modern English word loaf is derived from Old English hlaf, bread, which in turn is from Gothic hlaifs.

Gothic language

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The modern English word loaf is derived from Old English hlaf, bread, which in turn is from Gothic hlaifs.

Old High German

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Old High German hleib and modern German Laib derive from this Proto-Germanic word, which was borrowed into Slavic (Polish chleb, Russian khleb) and Finnic (Finnish leipä, Estonian leib) languages as well.

German language

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Old High German hleib and modern German Laib derive from this Proto-Germanic word, which was borrowed into Slavic (Polish chleb, Russian khleb) and Finnic (Finnish leipä, Estonian leib) languages as well.

Proto-Germanic language

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Old High German hleib and modern German Laib derive from this Proto-Germanic word, which was borrowed into Slavic (Polish chleb, Russian khleb) and Finnic (Finnish leipä, Estonian leib) languages as well.

Polish language

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Old High German hleib and modern German Laib derive from this Proto-Germanic word, which was borrowed into Slavic (Polish chleb, Russian khleb) and Finnic (Finnish leipä, Estonian leib) languages as well.

Russian language

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Old High German hleib and modern German Laib derive from this Proto-Germanic word, which was borrowed into Slavic (Polish chleb, Russian khleb) and Finnic (Finnish leipä, Estonian leib) languages as well.

Estonian language

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Old High German hleib and modern German Laib derive from this Proto-Germanic word, which was borrowed into Slavic (Polish chleb, Russian khleb) and Finnic (Finnish leipä, Estonian leib) languages as well.

Cottage loaf

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Cottage loaf, an English double-decker loaf of bread.

Malt loaf

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Malt loaf, a sweet dark bread, sometimes with fruit.

Sugarloaf

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Sugarloaf, a solid form that refined sugar has been sold in.

Sliced bread

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Sliced bread is a loaf of bread that has been sliced with a machine and packaged for convenience.

Bread bowl

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A bread bowl is a round loaf of bread which has had a large portion of the middle cut out to create an edible bowl.

Antidoron

It comes from the remains of the loaves of bread (prosphora) from which portions are cut for consecration as the Eucharist during the Divine Liturgy.

Penny bun

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A penny bun or a penny loaf was a small bread bun or loaf which cost one old penny at the time when there were 240 pence to the pound.

Nut roast

A nut roast or roasted nut loaf is a rich and savoury vegetarian dish consisting of nuts, grains, vegetable oils, broth or butter, and seasonings formed into a firm loaf shape or long casserole dish before roasting and often eaten as an alternative to a traditional British style roast dinner.