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I'm bored, so imma talk about bread!:blink:

Has that bread you went out and bought

came in handy? There's so much you can

do with it's no wonder it sells out when

snowstorms hit, or hurricanes!

 

French Toast (my personal favorite; but haven't cooked any yet)

Redneck Garlic Bread (made that last night!) I'm sure I've missed many more!:pardon:

Homemade Croutons (if you're the gourmet type)

Grilled Cheese

Ham & Turkey Sandwich

Tomato Sandwich

BLT's

Porkchop, Steak, Bologna Sandwich

PB&J Sandwich

Toast w/ butter & jelly

Bacon,Sausage, Eggs, & Cheese on toast

Banana Sandwich

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Yes, sliced bread was a great invention but I go with the knife with a serrated edge as a better invention. It allowed me to cut a 1" slice of bread from a baked loaf of bread,without crushing it, fresh from the oven that mom made and then cover it with butter from a local creamery.

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I'm bored, so imma talk about bread!:blink:

Has that bread you went out and bought

came in handy? There's so much you can

do with it's no wonder it sells out when

snowstorms hit, or hurricanes!

 

French Toast (my personal favorite; but haven't cooked any yet)

Redneck Garlic Bread (made that last night!) I'm sure I've missed many more!:pardon:

Homemade Croutons (if you're the gourmet type)

Grilled Cheese

Ham & Turkey Sandwich

Tomato Sandwich

BLT's

Porkchop, Steak, Bologna Sandwich

PB&J Sandwich

Toast w/ butter & jelly

Bacon,Sausage, Eggs, & Cheese on toast

Banana Sandwich

 

 

all of the above I also like peanut butter toast..

 

toast some bread and put gravy and mash taters on it..

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Industrial Bread, as we call it, is OK. I much prefer baggetts and at least you can get nice ones now from Kroger and other places.

 

The equipment to slice bread, and then QC it and bag it, is really quite phenomenal to watch. Every once in a while the wire that slices is messes up, and a robot arm kicks that loaf to the side using a visio technology. I have done some work with the company in France that makes the robotic controls. We use their visio technology to look at hatching eggs going by a laser unit after 18 days of incubation.

 

Their visio equipment can identify the infertile or dead in the shell embryos and kick them out of the system and send them off to the trash. Neat stuff.

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