Loaf of sandwich
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We’ve all been there. You want a sandwich, but you don’t have the fixings. And a trip to the store seems wasteful just for a simple PBJ. But you go anyway. You get your bread and perhaps peanut butter. You return home. And in the midst of sandwich making you find you have no jelly.
Happy time is over, right?
The problem with bread is thus: What, besides making sandwiches, do you actually DO with it? Pretty much nothing. So why do we buy sandwich components separately, when clearly we’d be happier with a single-purchase item: good bye, loaf of bread; hello, loaf of sandwich.
The loaf of sandwich would be, well, a loaf of PBJs, stacked ever-so-neatly inside a lovely bread bag. Most likely, the individual sandwiches would be separated by wax paper. And, of course, the loaf of sandwich would be available in the freezer section.
Think about it: You want a sandwich for lunch. You don’t want it to be all soggy and warm by the time you get to it at work. Just break a sammy off the loaf, stuff it in a bag and go. No jars. No knives. No dishes to wash, no fear of running out of ingredients. Just delicious sandwiches.
THAT, friends, is real sandwich bread.