What does miche mean in french regarding bread?
une miche (fem) is a old term used to mean a plump loaf of bread. The term tends to disappear with the standardization of loaves.
The noun bread is a mass (uncountable) noun. Individual units of bread are expressed as a loaf of bread, loaves of bread, a slice of bread, slices of bread, pieces of bread, etc. You would not say "There is a bread on the table.", you would say, "There is a piece of bread on the table." or "There is some bread on the table." The plural forms for a mass noun are reserved 'types of'…
It depends on which French Culture you mean, there is obviously France-French, but also French-Canadian, and other various regions that are predomintly French. To answer your question regarding France, 5 aspects of their culture could include, -food (french onion soup, baguettes, croisants, etc.) -fashion -language -music -architecture ( the Louvre is located in Paris)