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More Reviled Food: Sliced/Processed Bread

03 Jun

This one really takes the cake.

I grew up eating a kind of bread called "Iron Kids."

For those of you who have never had the displeasure of eating Iron Kids, I strongly recommend against having that experience.

Iron Kids was advertised as "having all the taste of white bread but all the nutrients of wheat bread!"

Iron Kids also tasted equivalent to eating rough sandpaper. The texture was disgusting, the taste was stale, and it ruined my experience of processed bread.

Further to the point, any processed bread doesn’t taste like, well, real bread.

For a while, we switched to Sunbeam, and the bread is softer and honestly, the picture of the blonde-haired, blue-eyed girl eating a slice of buttered bread always make hungry. But the reality is that a fresh loaf of French bread or even Italian bread tastes so much better.

This is the same principle as before: buying an actual loaf of bread and slicing it yourself is not a difficult feat to accomplish. This gives one the chance to use a bread knife and to taste what real sandwiches and toast should taste like!

On top of that, you can determine how thick or thinly sliced the bread is. No one controls the thickness/thinness dilemma!

Also, if you buy actual bread, you have so many varieties, so many types, so many tastes from which to choose. You may discover how much better toast tastes when it has a bit of rosemary in it, or you may realized you like your sandwiches on rye.

Please give variety a try! It won’t kill you, I promise!

Beaux

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Posted by on June 3, 2010 in food

 

One response to “More Reviled Food: Sliced/Processed Bread

  1. vantilden

    July 17, 2010 at 6:06 am

    making bread is a difficult venture.

     

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