The importance of the daily bread.
Oh la la, in France a daily baguette is second only to breathing. Most towns have more than one bakery. Ours has five thousand people, and five bakerys.
Though some small towns, especially those deep in the countryside with only a handful of people, might not have a bakery. In such cases there is a bar, or cafe, or a grocer who allows the daily bread to be delivered.
And then there are towns that do not have a drop off place.
Hence a baguette distributor was created. Baguettes are added daily.
Today I saw my first baguette distributor, it was in front of a church.
Add a Euro and a baguette pops out. Not warm, but ever so good.
Pretty clever isn't it?
When in the States it is a cike machine, when in France it is a baguette machine.
I am waiting for the brocante machine.