Generally I like Greek bread as all the other Mediterranean bread.
The one I like in particular is Greek yellow bread. I asked my Hubby what it was called, but he did not know. Although he is a Greek native speaker, his knowledge of food is very limited and it is not strange he does not know it.
So, when we go to bakery, we often end up in asking "please give us yellow bread" (said in Greek by Greek Husband). Usually bakers look blankly at him for a few seconds, and then give him the bread they think is yellowest.
The other day we tried the bakery close to our new flat and they decided it should be Choriatiko psomi, or Xoriatiko psomi, meaning Country bread like "Pain de campagne" in French.
They said it is "prozimi". It probably means "sourdough" in the sense that it is natural leaven.
Can you see that it is yellow?
The colour evidently comes from the semolina flour which gives an unique flavour as well as the colour.
This is not as good as the best ones I have tasted, but acceptable.
My quest for ideal yellow bread continues.