Sliced Bread

Sliced Bread

Sliced bread is simply a sliced loaf or sandwich bread.

Many Filipino breads are actually deliciously good. You just need to know when is the best time to get them, where and which breads.

The other breads are available at the bakery counter all hours of the day.

Some are wrapped in plastic such as monay and sliced bread, others just sit on plastic trays to entice customers and when someone is buying per piece, they just put it also in a plastic .

These breads are display on the shelf and sold turo-turo style. This is when you point at your favored bread, the sales staff wraps it up for you.

In sliced bread, you can get them in different iterations such as whole wheat, low-sugar, ube-cheese loaf, black forest, and etc. at the supermarket but the panaderia which we call for bakery still churns them out regularly.

If you’re of a certain age, you know it is often paired with pancit during parties or made into sandwiches.

A flavorful and tender bread that’s ideal for making sandwiches, toasts or bread pudding. With a deep brown crust and soft interior this bread is sure to become your family’s favorite.

Sliced ​​bread is often served with various items on occasions such as birthdays, baptisms, gatherings, reunions, sometimes weddings.

The bread does not lose in our sight because it can be substituted with rice because even without rice you can still be satisfied with bread. Because sliced ​​bread can be stuffed with any dish. And you can still be satisfied even if you eat only bread.