Kepta duona—cooked bread [say: KEPT uh _ DOO uh nuh] —is fried rye bread rubbed with garlic and salt. This is not the soft rye bread we ubiquitously see here in the States, but rather the hard, dark, wonderful stuff. And I just happened to purchase some on the way home today.
Garlicky fried bread strips:
It’s not remotely fancy, it’s not good for you, but it’s a great snack to beer for several reasons. Firstly, it’s salty and oily. Now, I know greasy is bad for your beer. It makes it go flat. But, frankly, who cares — it just works.