At every French (or French-style) cheese shop I've been to, there's a pile of golden brown, all-white flour baguettes, and a pile of grayish-brown, thick-crusted baguettes, often with raisins -- seriously chewy, but not rye-bread-bitter that goes wonderfully well with cheese. I'm a serious bread baker and this chewy version is one that I love, but is missing from my repertoire. Since I don't know it's proper name besides "May I have a loaf of that, please?" as I point, it's difficult to find a recipe on line. Help?
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