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Bread was a kind of food made from grain that had been mashed into a powder or dough, then baked.

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Five-blossom bread was a kind of bread made on Naboo. Senator Padmé Amidala was given some of this bread by a Naboo ambassador during the Clone Wars. She saved it for a special occasion and offered it when her husband Anakin Skywalker visited her.[3]

On the planet Jakku, Unkar Plutt traded survival rations for the gear brought to him by scavengers.[4] These rations contained veg-meat[5] and a beige powder.[2] The powder was mixed with water in a container. A brief stir caused a chemical reaction, prompting the mixture to rapidly expand and solidify into a doughy loaf,[2] known as polystarch portion bread.[5]

Another kind of bread called mealbread was served stormtroopers of the First Order, along with a side of meat and numian cream.[6]

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The instant polystarch bread in The Force Awakens was a practical effect. Special-effects supervisor Chris Corbould said, "You wouldn't believe how long it took to actually perfect that one, that little tiny gag in the film."[7]

In the LEGO Star Wars: Droid Tales episode "Exit from Endor" Anakin Skywalker did not like his peanut butter and jelly sandwiches to made on rye bread. When his mother, Shmi Skywalker Lars, presented him one with this bread, he displayed a disturbing visage and told her that he found her lack of white bread disturbing. She offered him a sandwich on sourdough bread instead, and he cheered.[8]

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