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Bread is enjoyed all around the globe with each area producing its own variation according to the readiness of ingredients and regional traditions. 
Back in the days when the Gonzaga family (in the 16th century) ruled Mantua, bakers were already producing a bread substitute known as  "Schizzada". Today this is known as "Schiacciatina".
The earliest reference to the Schiacciatina can be traced back to the poem "Baldus" published in 1517 by the famous Mantuan literary, Teofilo Folengo.
The schizzadas were made with only flour, water and salt and were baked "on the hot stones of the fireplace, covered with embers..". They were the preferred food of the peasants who ate them instead of bread when working in the fields.