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by: Inb0913 Active Indicator LED Icon 4 OP 
~ 1 mo, 26 days ago    
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Yes it is ๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ˜€
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Magnolia832 Active Indicator LED Icon 4
~ 1 mo, 26 days ago    
I grew up eating sandwiches on Wonder Bread! All white bread with no nutrients.
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susieq Active Indicator LED Icon 4
~ 1 mo, 26 days ago    
When my kids were little, I saved the end slices of bread in the freezer. When we had hamburgers, I would cut "buns" out of those slices for the kids. They were thinner, so easier for them to eat, and I could make them just the right size. Left over edges made bread crumbs.
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Megyn1 Active Indicator LED Icon 1
~ 1 mo, 25 days ago    
When I was small my mom bought only white bread. It was called Blue Ribbon. She never made garlic bread.
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TC2u Active Indicator LED Icon
~ 1 mo, 25 days ago    
Same, and to this day I prefer bread over any buns.
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Musicmaker Active Indicator LED Icon 3
~ 1 mo, 25 days ago    
This looks soooooooo familiar.
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Juniebird Active Indicator LED Icon 1 โ˜…App
~ 1 mo, 25 days ago    
My first husband grew up on a farm with 5 siblings, and sliced white bread, with butter, was a part of every meal. I guess the bread helped fill those tummies without too much expense!
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CPres Active Indicator LED Icon 2
~ 1 mo, 25 days ago    
Love wonder bread. Used to pull crust off and make bread balls and dip in butter when I was a kid. Carbaholic๐Ÿ˜
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NJ99221 Active Indicator LED Icon 1
~ 1 mo, 25 days ago    
When I was growing up I cannot remember anything except sliced white
bread ????? when we had kids i bought sliced white bread ??? was there any other kind ???
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susieq Active Indicator LED Icon 4
~ 1 mo, 25 days ago    
@NJ99221 : Well, yes, there was. When my kids were little, I made most of our bread, and it was not white. IF we bought bread, it was a whole wheat or at least whole grain. They would not eat white bread. Of course they also didn't eat cake frosting, or jelly, or any kind of peanut butter except what came from the organic co-op we belonged to.
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CPres Active Indicator LED Icon 2
~ 1 mo, 25 days ago    
@NJ99221 : there was rye bread we would get at corner bakery
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Megyn1 Active Indicator LED Icon 1
~ 1 mo, 25 days ago    
@CPres : Yes I do remember making bread balls by rub in my hands. I would pop into my mouth. Never dipped in butter.
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Txtoast Active Indicator LED Icon 2
~ 1 mo, 25 days ago    
Our family of 7 kids had day-old white bread from Mrs Baird bakery shop in the Heights, Houston.
Mother would buy several loaves and freeze them.
On Sunday evening I would make school lunch sandwiches for the week.
I didn't like them.
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Blackbird Active Indicator LED Icon 2
~ 1 mo, 25 days ago    
We had the day old Hostess factory, we went there about once a month and froze most of it. I still prefer grilled cheese on white.
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