"Crepe" comes to mind first as a light meal in France. In fact, there are two types of crepes. One of them is "Galette," made with buckwheat flour, and the other is "Crepe," made with wheat flour. Galettes are seasoned with salt and usually served as an appetizer or a main dish. On the other hand, crepes decorated with fruit and sugar are made as a dessert. Both of them are cooked on a heated iron plate, but the toppings are different. Sausages are used for galettes, and sugar and bananas are used for crepes. A specialty shop that serves crepes is called a "Creperie." Also, crepes and galettes are sold at stalls and Type H food trucks when festivals are held. The Citroen Type H has been made in some versions, but the "Creperie" would be the most popular version in France. People can feel the nice smell of crepes and galettes from this characteristic style of the Type H truck.
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