Why in god’s name aren’t processed meats and cheese the same shape as bread? Sandwich bread is the same general shape regardless of brand and meat and cheese is almost always round. Can we please come together as a society and end the useless corners of sandwiches?
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Bro. The crust business is a tough racket.
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That would require new machinery and new patents which costs money.
Hamburger buns are round.
You get round meat and cheese? Mine’s always square
Use buns like normal countries
that is an excellent suggestion!
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I haven’t seen round meat or cheese in ages.
And what size shall we make the bread, O Lord of Bread?
You’re assuming square cheese you buy in stores is made that way. The cheese originates from a much larger hunk of cheese. They’re *cut* into blocks and then sliced because that’s the most efficient process of breaking down cheese into retail-sized portions. Having to shape it special requires extra steps, requiring an increase in cost and ultimately, price.
And frankly, IMO the different sizes and shapes help add to the aestethic (sp?) of a good looking sandwich. But I understand not everyone appreciates it that way, and that’s okay.
They’re meant for layering. Meats at the top and bottom, cheeses in the middle.
First of all, there are a variety of shapes involved.
Provolone cheese is round, while Swiss tends to be square or rectangular. American cheese and cheddar are usually square.
Meats with a casing are round, like bologna and liverwurst. But turkey and ham can be square, rectangular or oval.
Bread is not always square. Rye and pumpernickel are ovals flattened on one side. And then you have the variety of rolls; sub, club, Kaiser, etc
Now here is an important issue that I think is being overlooked. Am I correct in assuming, by your question, that you lay your sandwich meat flat on the bread? Then my friend, before we solve the shape problem, we need to teach you how to make a proper sandwich.
You call it a useless corner; I call it a cheese pocket.
Modern life is filled with things that belong together but don’t actually fit together. What matters is how you recognize the issues and act upon them.
Sorry for getting all philosophical, I just recently fixed a toilet
You communist! Next you will demand a living wage cheap education and health care. No we will not make these thing equal as it was in the past so shall it be forever.
I hate to answer this so obviously but…. Gravity.
Gravity pulls down. Baking bans for bread are square so the bread come out. Cheese is round because whe ball is squished it becomes flat circle. Meat also leans out the further you go to the extremity. It’s honestly….
I hate to say it.