#1 Edited by Seppli (10251 posts) -

On the topic of moisture and sandwiches. Here's a pro tip...

You'll need a vario-toaster (large opening with clamps adapting to the format of the sliced bread at hand), then toast two slices stacked up on each other. The outer sides will be real nice and toasty crisp, the inner sides will be all moist and fragrant, like freshly baked bread. Works with any kind of sliced bread or toast.

I like the crispy sides buttered and on the inside, giving the sandwich structure, adding the toasty roasted flavours, and the moist and fragrant sides on the outside.

You're welcome!

#2 Posted by TruthTellah (8517 posts) -

Speaking of the Bombcast, "Moist Sandwich Tip" sounds like the worst porno ever...

#3 Edited by ThePaleKing (613 posts) -

way too complicated. toast the bread on a gas stove then dunk it in a pail of bacon grease. done

#4 Posted by TobbRobb (4579 posts) -

Gross. I'll stick to not toasting my bread. Or in the off chance I feel like it, make sure that they are crispy all the way through.

#5 Edited by MordeaniisChaos (5730 posts) -

Or, you could just toast it lightly so the whole piece is consistent and has enough toasty goodness to hold it's form better but doesn't dry out as much.

Or just add a shit ton of butter and Chef Sauce.

#6 Posted by audioBusting (1477 posts) -

Or you could just get a sandwich press. Step 1: make sandwich, step 2: press sandwich, step 3: eat sandwich.

#7 Edited by psylah (2162 posts) -

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