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Do you buy a loaf of bread and slice it, or do you buy it already sliced?

Do you like it sliced thick or thin?

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I generally buy a loaf of rye bread and slice it myself.

I bought myself an electric slicer which I thought I would use for bread as well as cheese.

I now get the supermarket to slice my cheese as it is far easier on a small piece, so I use my slicer for my rye bread.

When I make bread myself, the slicer does not work as it is too fresh!
by Finy
90% of our bread we buy is always sliced.

But! we also buy a loaf of Olive-Bread..with those little lovely olives thru it, so we slice that one...
Depends what mood im in, I buy both regularly
That depends! Normally the only person who eats bread is my son, so I buy sliced bread and freeze it, just taking out one or two slices as and when he needs them.
On rare occasions, we decide to treat ourselves and buy a proper loaf from the bakers and then we would slice it ourselves. As for thick or thin, neither - i prefer medium!
I like to slice my bread to whatever thickness I need at the time!We always sliced our fresh bread when I was growing up,so I have always been very competent with this little job!
Most of the time I buy bread that is sliced
by AJ
Buy sliced, why make it hard for myself
by Fran
Buy sliced, why make it hard for myself
by Fran
We use some presliced bread and some we make at home and have to slice up. The latter is tasty but a bit inconvenient.
Usually pre-sliced Thick Toast.

Occasionally, have either a Vienna, or Olive loaf, which I like to slice myself.
I buy sliced bread. I have always been terrible at slicing bread myself - I can never cut it evenly.
by Vee
Hi! Vee.....you'll have to trade-in your 'crooked' knife & get one that cuts straight! Lol!
by donjo
LOL! donjo, it is not my knife, but my brain that is crooked! LOL.
by Vee
As I live with six other people the bread is always bought in bulk and already sliced.
I buy sliced bread cut thin, the bread you can buy now sliced is alright in texture. when sliced bread first hit the market it was not any good and I would always slice my own in those days.
I buy a grain bread, and like it VERY thickly sliced. I buy it at a supermarket, and the staff in the bakery section have got used to me requesting a loaf VERY thickly sliced. I am not the only customer who orders this bread thich sliced.
It is a beautiful soft bread when it is fresh, and is difficult to slice at home. even though we do have one of the plastic bread slicing guides. So, yes, I guess obviously I prefer to buy bread sliced
regular bread, I always buy pre-sliced but specialty breads I always cut myself.
Not allowed to eat bread anymore.
However, a sliced loaf used to last me 3-4 months in the freezer.
Thin for sandwiches, normal for toast. if in the country 'DoorStep' for toast & lashings of real Butter!! Ultra Yum.
HAS anyone else noticed how very thick the sandwich loaves are sliced nowadays?
No wonder the kids are getting fatter!!
I think Aldi sells thin for sandwiches, & thick for toast, so we just use thin for both, even though we used to love thick slices for toast!
by Miro
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