Question: Why are crepes made?

Crepes were invented there after the Crusades brought buckwheat in France. The flour extracted from this cereal allowed the people to create a round thin crepe. In Brittany there are different types of crepes. “Galettes” are buckwheat crepes, usually served with salty toppings.

Why are crepes so important?

Crêpes originated from a northwest region of modern France called Brittany. Back then, the crepes were more often used as an everyday bread. Around the 12th century buckwheat was introduced to the region, and became the main ingredient for the flat bread. “The buckwheat, people love it because it is healthy.

What country is famous for crepes?

A personal and historical exploration of the famous French pancakes origin. Crêpes are an ultra-thin pancake common in France that can be made sweet or savory, typically rolled or folded with a variety of fillings from jam or Nutella to ham and cheese to seafood.

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