tiny clevernesses

Since taking the quite radical step of eating lunch, I’ve been taking a sandwich to work most days.

We freeze our loaves of bread as soon as we buy them and lately** the individual slices have been super-difficult to pry apart – usually involving a knife as a lever and ending with a mangled or broken slice.

As a consequence we have *a lot* of fresh breadcrumbs.

I couple of weeks ago I had a genius idea. What if I interleaved the slices with squares of the wax paper we’ve had in the cupboard for the last 8-9 years?


And the wax paper slices can be reused, so not quite the environmental disaster it initially appears.

I love these small problem solving exercises.

2965 days


** I’m uncertain if this is the because of the bread or the freezer.

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