World's Biggest Piece of Naan

Naan is a type of Indian flatbread. Honeytop Speciality Foods in Britain recently created what may the largest single piece of naan in the world:

The record-breaking naan was 10ft by 4ft and has a total area of 40 sq ft - the equivalent of 167 normal size naan breads – and took bakers over five hours to make and 8 staff to carry.

The beast of breads was made using an authentic naan recipe including yoghurt, ghee and Kalonji seeds and weighing more than 40kg and cooked in a specialist tandoori-style oven with the capacity to cook an authentic bread of such magnitude.

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oh please... if you have any idea of food manufacturing waste generated to get food in your sanctamonious shopping basket, you are a total hypocritical cretin. Have an idea about what you're talking about before making stupid comments.
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