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Do you eat the ends on a loaf of bread?

Old 10-16-2009, 11:07 PM
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Default Do you eat the ends on a loaf of bread?

Just curious, how many people eat the ends on a loaf of bread.I know this is way off topic. I only eat the ends when I really want a sandwich, which was once. I know my grandparents eats the ends, but they are they only ones I know of.
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I use them for hotdog buns !
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I eat them. Specially if the bread is roasted with butter, the end of the bread becomes so crunchy and amazing to eat.
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Yes, they are very tasty when they are loaded with butter. they are cruchy. i like to eat them even no one eats them in my family.
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My dog gets the ends. He loves them. I find them dried out and not as tasty as the rest of the loaf. I know some people think they are the best part. But I disagree.
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Funny but No I dont eat them haha
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I certainly do, the best 2 slices in the loaf !
best for toast and jelly !
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Makes the best pb & j
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Coat open side with butter, make 4 small mounds of sugar, sprinkle cinnamon on top, then lightly toast !
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Only if the bread is home made San Francisco style sour dough.
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My wife never eats the ends. I wait until I find both ends left in the bread bag then make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich.

Good stuff. Bread ends are really chewy.
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we call them the "caboose" in our house. I like them wrapped around last night's leftover brat for lunch.......better than cold pizza !.
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squirrel/bird raccoon food
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Yes. With a lot of butter and peanut butter.
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My wife won't go near the bread ends and will leave them in the bag and start on slice Number 2 or three in the new loaf. So when I see a bag with ends in it it's peanut butter and jelly time for me. I love the ends. Chewy as heck with plenty of fight in them.

I guess growing up and having to hear, "but that's the best part"! of anything be that potato skins, bread ends, pizza crust, or even the fat and gristle off a steak makes me develop a taste for things that others toss away and waste.

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Next time you stuff a bird for the oven use the end to cap the cavity. Rub both sides of the end with butter and a little bit of garlic and onion. When done make sure you get it when you remove the suffing.
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Originally Posted by AlexanderJones52 View Post
My dog gets the ends. He loves them. I find them dried out and not as tasty as the rest of the loaf. I know some people think they are the best part. But I disagree.
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