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Baking Bread With Lava In Iceland

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You could bake your bread the boring old traditional way (in an oven), or you could bake it with lava. Which sounds more fun? Iceland is one of the most volcanic regions in the world, with 30 active volcanoes at any one time. This creates an abundance of hot springs—perfect for baking bread. In the following video, meet Icelandic lava baker Siggi Rafn Hilmarsson, then learn more about Iceland.

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