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Note: Traditional French and Italian breads are made with the identical ingredients in essentially the same way. The major difference between them is their shape: French bread tends to a long and round shape, like the baguette, while Italian tends to a round and thick shape, like the ciobatta.
Recall the history: the Central Grocery made the sandwiches very early in the morning. The Sicilian farmers in New Orleans purchased the sandwiches to eat at mid-day. Because the muffoletta bread is dense, the bread absorbed the olive oil and did not leak. In addition, because the sandwich was not eaten for several hours, the many flavors of the salad, meats and cheeses melded together and grew complex.