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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by placedesjardins, Mar 7, 2016.
What is your favorite type of bread to toast?
In college I was on campus with a meal plan for four years. Towards the end the only thing I could face was rye toast with peanut butter. Have not been a fan of rye toast since.
I toasted some whole wheat this morning, slathered it with mayonnaise & dropped some sausage in between for a heck of a sandwich.
No wonder I gained a pound from last week.
I recently stumbled across some bread that lately, when toasted, really does it for me.
Sadly, I'm not allowed to respond. No fun, OP.
I was actually enjoying some toasted rye last night with a bit of smoked gouda melted on top.
I have an unusual way to toast that I do only occasionally. I like to take a hamburger bun, put butter on it and put it in the broiler (a toaster oven works great if you have one) and let it toast and melt the butter into the bun at the same time.
When I do that^, I also sprinkle some garlic salt on it.
Good Seed by Dave's Killer Bread. Not available nationwide if I recall. The stuff is soft, nutty, and chewy and makes awesome toast if you like that sort of bread.
Sourdough is the only correct answer. Grate a little aged sharp cheddar, with a little bit of butter melted into it.
Sourdough takes a commanding lead!
On the other hand, sourdough is kind of nasty untoasted.
Sourdough cut about 3/4" thick---toasted just enough to dry it out, but not enough to start it browning---and slathered with real butter.
My previous bread answer still stands, rainbow bread.
Haven't met a bread I don't like toasted yet.
But old bread is great if you got some bread that lost its softness toast it and you won't even recognize it.
Before I answer, by "serious", do you mean you don't want the cat-meme-crowd to answer, or do you ONLY want the cat-meme-crowd to answer?
I don't want to overstep the rules......
For sandwiches, I like pastrami and cottage cheese on banana bread!
- Mitch Hedberg -
Bread that doesn't have twigs and branches in it. My wife loves that stuff, but I like it more conventional.
Potato Bread. (How come I can't edit my vote).
Because most other breads these days is made with the evil (for me) soy oil.