Bread is a staple eaten all over the world and comes in many forms. In Brazil, it is commonly eaten in a cheese bun called Pao de Queijo. The French-speaking Canadian province of Quebec enjoys it as a plain white loaf, while India prefers baked flat bread. Different types of bread are crafted with different recipes. No-knead bread is a simple recipe widely appreciated by cooks because of its delicate, crispy crust and soft, tart interior. It is relatively easy to bake at home, and it requires no stand mixer, no unique skills, and no kneading of dough. To begin making no-knead bread, the baker should mix the dough in a bowl into a rough, wet ball before covering it and leaving it overnight to rise in a warm environment. After the dough has been given time to rise, bake it in a dutch oven for 30 minutes uncovered and 15 minutes covered. This last step keeps the heat in a tight space, ensuring the steam creates the beloved crispy crust.