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Diners may have to pay extra at restaurants with ambitious bread-and-butter programs, but it’s often worth it. “I think it’s the very best thing we do,” says chef Brad McDonald of Brooklyn’s Governor (closed after Hurricane Sandy, it’s due to reopen in early 2013). Its warm sourdough loaf takes 36 hours, from fermenting through baking; it’s served with house-made butter.