Local banh mi production: How original Vietnamese baguettes/breads are made?
When I was very small, my old house was opposite a local banh mi production. Two decades later, the traditional way of making banh mi is still pretty much the same, except that a modern electric oven is now in place of the brick oven.
I know this has been a popular request by many of you. Finally I found one place that allowed me in and let me film their process. It was very nostalgic and interesting as this is the second banh mi production I’ve ever visited. The real banh mi should be soft, light, crispy, fluffy, and beautifully golden.
Hope that you’ll find the video exciting and informative as much as I do.
@Filmed at 304 Bakery, Hoi An, Viet Nam
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