Whole Wheat Rye Bread Sandwich with Vinaigrette Salad, Yellow Hot Peppers and Dried Cape Gooseberries
& Assam TGFOP tea with Sour Peach Sticky Candies free from sugar alcohols
Meatless Friday. It has been quite a while since I’ve opted for meatless Monday over meatless Friday, now I’m here though. It’s important to me as it would be likely deeply connected with the way I’ve been dealing with value conflicts at all times.
This sandwich was made from an over easy egg without oil, marinated artichoke hearts quartered, harissa dressing, fresh arugula, refined sugar free bread and a tiny bit of Mozzarella.
My partner baked the bread for me, instead of usual sandwich bread. Most of the dough consisted of mostly whole wheat and a bit of rye, refined sugar and sugar alcohol free. It was made with Stevia and Allulose, according to him.
Clearly, kind of quite a big loaf, in addition, compared to white wheat bread made with sugar, the inside this bread is really filled like a fully stuffed bun. That’s one of the reasons it has been considered as even healthier than highly evaporated bread in itself. Given both nutrition facts and hidden sugar effects, it’s a fact.
I made the bread light like a baguette by removing the inside of the bread so that it would likely hold it at bay an upset stomach. I’ve driven on the bridge, which means I really need to keep myself driven as my own pace. The remaining part of that would be kept for a while for another day’s casserole.
For good measure, it let me take a chance to indulge myself with amusement for me, like a taking forty winks. For this reason, I scored the outside of the bread after I made it hallow. And then, a hint of cheese covered the top of the bread to avoid a completely dried up lid. I don’t recommend leaving cheese out. If things go wrong, the lid can’t let you divide into 4 equal parts. Most of all, it will make a lot of mess.
My hands were in charge of the upside, like eating pull apart buns. Serving food with hands, I’m originally not a fan of that, but it made me very amused.
On the other hand, my knife and fork did a great job for the open sandwich.
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