Bread was available in a number of forms on Toril. The following are a notable few:

A tasty bread made from finely ground Wastel flour mixed with strong molasses from Amn. Four loaves cost about 10 silver pieces.[2]
Either plain or flavored with herbs and spices from the Dalelands. Popular flavors included Onion, Garlic, Pepper, and Savory. A 3-dozen piece package of flavored herb crackers cost about 5 silver pieces.[2]
Elven bread 
Made only in Evermeet. It was a light, sweet, fine-grained bread with extraordinary nutritional value. (The bread acted as very light-weight, double-strength iron rations.) A single loaf cost about 2 gold pieces.[2]
Studded with dried fruits and nuts, and flavored with rum or brandy from the Pirate Isles of the Inner Sea. They could sometimes be found in decorative tins. A single tin of fruitcake cost about 10 gold pieces.[2]
Made with ginger from Shou Lung. They could sometimes be found in decorative tins. A single tin of gingerbread cost about 1 gold piece.[2]
Made from flour and water. It was dry and bland, but kept for a very long time, so it was good on long sea voyages. A dozen pieces of hard-tack cost about 10 copper pieces.[2]
Normally found in Kara-Tur. Kozakuran Udon noodles were fat, white, and long; they were usually simmered with onion and bits of cooked egg. Soba was a fine, thin, vermicelli-like, buckwheat noodle from Wa; it was usually simmered in a broth made from green tea. Bean Curd Noodles were from Shou Lung; they were made from tofu. Ramen was a very curly noodle that cooks in minutes. Since noodles must be imported from Kara-Tur, a pound of any noodle type cost about 15 gold pieces.[2]
A popular type of bread baked by the halflings of Luiren.[3]
From the Pirate Isles of the Inner Sea. A 2-pound, round loaf cost about 15 silver pieces.[2]
Pastry shells baked in Waterdeep that could hold savory or sweet food inside.[2]
From Maztica. It was made of mayz, which was a grain native to Maztica. Any tortilla must be imported from Maztica; 2 dozen pieces cost about 25 gold pieces.[2]


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