25 January 2013 @ 10:17 am
Wonder Bread-- Dots on the Wrappers :)  

My grandma was a cafeteria lady for 50 years here in Denver :)
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Man Writing Slash: Emma Peel turns on youwrite_light on January 25th, 2013 10:09 pm (UTC)
UGH < rant ahead ...
I detest everything about this 'bread is fresh if it's totally squishable' BS. Stale bread IS often quite hard, but that doesn't mean the opposite is true. Fresh natural breads are crusty (thin or thick crust depends on recipe, baking conditions, etc) and firm but flexible inside. Sweet breads and rolls are often quite soft and squishy, but that's basically what Wonder is - a large white sweet bread. On a related note, hubby the science teacher put some bread slices (not Wonder, but a similar loaf) in a petri dish incubator - after rubbing them on various dirty surfaces. Kept moist and warm, the slices grew ABSOLUTELY NOTHING ON THEM IN THREE MONTHS. And that's just unnerving. His class was kind of freaked out.
franklanguage: Roseanne Rosanadanafranklanguage on January 26th, 2013 02:58 am (UTC)
My great-grandmother used to serve "breakfoos" at Yale.
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