Bread crumbs are not available in supermarkets here!
Such a mundane ingredient...
And a commonly required item in Joy of Cooking recipes. (The only cookbook I brought with me)
In the Netherlands, bread is baked fresh by each supermarket and sold that day... There are no cans or bags of breadcrumbs. Old bread is from the same day, but unsold at the end of the day and heavily discounted. Bizarre! American bread is made in a centralized factory and sits on the shelf forever after being shipped long distances.
Luckily, Dutch people seem to love pre-made toast as much as they love their fresh bread. Pre-made toast comes in endless different varieties and has a long shelf life. It's very brittle and if you crush it, it makes very good breadcrumbs for recipes. Use a fork, or use your hands if you are feeling super grumpy and want to smash something.
This is how I breaded some cauliflower last week.
(The fork is just for show)