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What do you call the end of the bread

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Call it butt and skip it till nothing is left. Does fit a burger great though!
 

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Bread Side Out... That way I can at least pretend it's not the heel

Mom convinced me as a kid the heel wa the "special" piece, we kids fought over it.

Now I despise the heel. I'll only eat it in desperation... If theirs another loaf handy, the heel goes straight in the trash

SACRILEGE ! You toss the BEST PART ?
 
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I guess if you let them dry up a little, you could grind them up into bread crumbs for crusts on various casseroles.
 

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We, in Great Britain, have a epicurean delight that is eaten the world over. It has been our country's gift to the masses and it's called MARMITE. It's dark brown, is a by-product of the brewing industry and, there is no in between, people either love it or hate it. Personally I think it's the Nectar of the Gods.. and spread on toast it is wonderful.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marmite

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Guess it depends on whether the lights are on or off. With lights on, nobody wants to be seen taking the last piece of bread called the END PIECE. If the lights go out, someone could lose their hand as forks and knives search out that end piece.
 
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It's the heel.

Have you all posted a poll on how to pronounce pecan yet?
That's always a hot topic.

Puh-khan is the way of the south.
Yankees say pee-can.

LOL
 

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In my part of the country, we call it the heel. I will eat the heel, especially on a sandwich with a tomato slice. My wife & kids would never eat the heel. She was a bad influence on them (my version of the story).
 
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We, in Great Britain, have a epicurean delight that is eaten the world over. It has been our country's gift to the masses and it's called MARMITE. It's dark brown, is a by-product of the brewing industry and, there is no in between, people either love it or hate it. Personally I think it's the Nectar of the Gods.. and spread on toast it is wonderful.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marmite



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Yeah.

That and Nutella.


Wonder where I can find Marmite here, Stateside, to give it a try. Nutella lasted a whole long time here in our cupboard, tehn, just like THAT! It disappeared, jar and all. Hmmmmm.....
 

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Yeah.

That and Nutella.


Wonder where I can find Marmite here, Stateside, to give it a try. Nutella lasted a whole long time here in our cupboard, tehn, just like THAT! It disappeared, jar and all. Hmmmmm.....
My youngest son loves Nutella. Prior to Covid we would go to the farmers market once a month and he would get a Nutella Crepe made fresh while you watch. They are pretty good.
 

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The Title of this thread is wrong.
It says "Wondering minds want to know".
In this forum it should be "Wandering minds want to know".
You're welcome.
 

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OK, make it "wandering", OK by me.

Fish just mentioned a new food and pointed me in a direction which I know not. so I'll wander 'till I find one of those and eat it for myself so taht I know. I just hope I don't have to go all the way to the Florida Keys to find one.
 
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