The Wonderloaf

@Jackalyn (6654)
Oxford, England
November 24, 2016 4:34am CST
There used to be a "Wonderloaf" factory near where I lived. Everyone I knew ate white sliced bread. It smelt "wonderful" walking past the factory, but the main thing I remember about the bread is not the taste. It is that we used to try and squish a loaf as small as we could given most of the bread was water. You could make the packet quite small and while the bread was good for sandwiches, it probably was very bad for our health.
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@Asylum (48273)
• Manchester, England
24 Nov 16
Yes, sliced bread is extremely convenient but not very good quality.
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@Jackalyn (6654)
• Oxford, England
24 Nov 16
I do not think, apart from some government inspired additives it had any nutrition in at all.
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@Asylum (48273)
• Manchester, England
24 Nov 16
@Jackalyn It must have had monosodium glutamate because everything seems to have that.
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@Jackalyn (6654)
• Oxford, England
24 Nov 16
@Asylum I think it was Vitamins A and D.I really must research it.
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@Kandae11 (38793)
24 Nov 16
I suspect it was.
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@magallon (18125)
• Philippines
24 Nov 16
You mean there is water wgen you squeeze the bread?
@Jackalyn (6654)
• Oxford, England
24 Nov 16
No. But because of the way it was made it was really spongy and you could squeeze it really small.
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@magallon (18125)
• Philippines
25 Nov 16
@Jackalyn Oh I see....