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Little sweet. Heavy, moist. Would probably work.
Bought it to have some stuff at home during the pandemic.
Figured I'd bring stuff in that would store well. Inexpensive.
Apparently, this is a thing. I'm wondering if it was a war or depression era thing?? 🤷♀️
It's available on amazon.
This (and the canned chicken) might actually make decent provisions for remote living situations, like long sea voyages.
Know what I'm doing next year
It’s a thing
Canned is superior in every way.
I regret to inform you https://www.amazon.com/Brown-Bread-Original-Flavor-Ounce/dp/B0025UCI94
I know it isn't common (especially since the 90s) but canned bread. It's still manufactured but I have always had an odd affinity for the old military C ration style in a big marked green can.
I just think canned bread is an interesting nonperishable food and the animation would be neat, cause BSG does great work with their animations.
You laugh but it’s true
Canned everything exists... There's even canned bread readily available!
Also available with raisins 🥳
Nevermind, that's already in the US. In fact, it's a US thing.
I read just brown bread at first and was thinking you meant the New England style canned bread and thought...that might be a bit weird
tinned loaf, you say?
Yea. I didn't believe it at first either. [link]
Canned bread I assume. [link]
Canned bread is real.
Except that there is canned bread; it isn't as good as sliced.
B&M Brown Bread Original, 16 Ounce Cans (Pack of 12) [link]