Damper - Australian food

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Damper
Damper is a type of soda bread (made with baking soda) that was a dietary staple for Australian settlers. It is thick and dense—made without yeast—and is traditionally baked in the coals and ashes of a campfire. Damper may also be called "bush bread."
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