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Do you eat the crusty end slices from a loaf of bread?

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8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months ago
Well, do you?

I always throw them away/give it to the birds, seems like a waste.
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banned#1
only toasted
#2
Uggghhh no
#3
sassie
only toasted


amazing...me too .
Thought it was just me who was wierd :thumbsup:
#4
On a freshly baked loaf...... Yes.... lovey... Not on a packed loaf though.. Always leave the crust against the next piece to keep it fresh..
#5
I always do and always have. Was brought up that way. I find I usually toast the end pieces.
#6
edna_clouds
On a freshly baked loaf...... Yes.... lurley... Not on a packed loaf though..


Same here:thumbsup:
#7
got to be toasted or microwaved to warm them up mind!
#8
edna_clouds
On a freshly baked loaf...... Yes.... lurley... Not on a packed loaf though..


agreed, yummy

with real butter

*drools*
#9
nope noone here eats them
#10
bod emrys
best bit.


I agree. Fresh, couple days old, sandwich or toast....doesn't matter. Especially when its Warbutons thick slice toasty.
#11
Only toasted with cheese on!
#12
edna_clouds
On a freshly baked loaf...... Yes.... lovey... Not on a packed loaf though..

same.
#13
Yep always, never understood why anyone wouldn't! It's all bread.
#14
nope never urrgghhhhhhh. . . . . . .i feed em to the kids instead! :thumbsup:
#15
Toasted they're fine.
#16
Absolutely the best bits, but I do tend to reluctantly leave the crust next to the endcut to stop drying out.
#17
alisonfitz
Only toasted with cheese on!


Lovely. Let the cheese melt under the grill. Add seasoning (salt and pepper)

Are we changing your mind yet Abvance?
#18
I love em toasted and smothered in hot peanut butter, you can get tonnes on cos of the curved edges :-D
[helper]#19
I dont eat crust....because when i was a little girl my grandad told me "eat your crust then youll have curly hair" and because i have naturally curly hair when i reached 8 i stopped eating it because i hated my curls! hahaahhaaha xxxx
#20
All you people who don't eat their crusts will NEVER get curly hair. Are you willing to take that risk?
#21
Best bit of the bread. Even better nice and thick off an uncut loaf.
#22
OK, may have to try it toasted before I fast, cheers.
#23
nope, mine goes in the bin, i dont even like it toasted
#24
edna_clouds
On a freshly baked loaf...... Yes.... lovey... Not on a packed loaf though.. Always leave the crust against the next piece to keep it fresh..


this is exactly what i was going to write. thanks for saving me the bother
[helper]#25
castortroy
All you people who don't eat their crusts will NEVER get curly hair. Are you willing to take that risk?


Yes i am!!!!! i dont need any more curls thanks to crust haha xxxx:whistling:
#26
The crusts make the best Marmite sarnies :-D
banned#27
best bit!
#28
Nope always either throw it away or give it to the birdies. Makes no difference whether its thick, thin, medium, unsliced etc. And...............I've got curly hair!!!
#29
on fresh bread i do ,on packaged bread i don't,,,,
banned#30
I guess me being the only one then
banned#31
sassie
only toasted


Toasted with melted peanut butter on.....yum :p
#32
fireheaven;2873812
I love em toasted and smothered in hot peanut butter, you can get tonnes on cos of the curved edges :-D

oooh yeah i forgot i occasionally do that too :thumbsup:
MrGrumpyman;2875025
The crusts make the best Marmite sarnies :-D

yummm marmite!! my 5 year old is addicted to the stuff!! :lol: although he won't even eat the crusts on a slice of bread :whistling:

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