Friday, June 7, 2013

Japanese and Bread

Leaving Japan made me realize that this is kind of strange...

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  1. try the bread in Holland, sounds like the japanese kind :)

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  2. My four sons were all white bread afficiandos through and through. Funny though, when they grew up, they all prefer a good bread with a nice crust. The only time I want white bread is when we are making "hillbilly hot dogs", aka fried bologna sandwiches. The rest of the meal includes baked cheetos and orange Crush.

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    1. Hillbilly hot dogs?!!! Oh my god! That sounds amazing. And baked cheetos!! I've never heard of any of these things but I'm so intrigued!!

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  3. I love your two latest bread comics!

    That being said, I have a hard time eating shokupan. I /have/ to toast it because otherwise all the white and fluffy is pretty disgusting for my dark, seed-filled bread loving self. I never, ever bought (white) toast in Germany because I thought that was too fluffy / lacking substance already - and as you know, it really can't compare to shokupan, haha.

    - Kerstin

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    1. Thanks Kerstin! Yeah, I don't know how real German-bread-fans would survive in Japan...you just can't get any there! A few friends of mine are really curious to try it now that I've told them about it, but I don't think they'd want to eat it all the time. Tough country for bread lovers!

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  4. Heh,I once bought toast in Spain without really checking the package and realized at home they have toast without crust!

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    1. They have it in Japan tooo! Soooo weird!

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