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 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
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!!