Why they sell sliced bread?

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Why they sell sliced bread?

Post by Hardi » Sun Sep 16, 2007 9:01 am

I have already long time wondered why they sell so much sliced bread? It's really rare to get fresh unsliced one. I'm talking about rye-bread. White breads seems they have choice in most stores, but I'm not sure, I don't like white one. If I ask from sellers, they just ignorantly say that people like slicked one, but I hardly believe it. Slicked one is never fresh and it doesn't have that good rye-bread smell. And slicked one get also mould much quicker. There's only one small store near to me where I can get fresh unsliced one.

How about you? Do you prefer that it's presliced for you?
Do you like rye-bread?

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Post by Tora » Sun Sep 16, 2007 9:17 am

Firstly, I love rye-bread, it needs nothing to be put on it and is yummy itself

Secondly, I never bye sliced bread, but I have never wondered why it exists. I may follow my laziness idea - people are getting lazy to slice bread for themselves as far they are lazy to walk, do exercises and study spelling and grammar :lol:

though it may come in handy on a picnic or when you're a tourist and want to bye some bread but you haven't brought a knife to be served by yourself

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