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#67 - läsk masterrace 10/28/2015 on Merica 0
#60 - Picture  [+] (2 replies) 10/20/2015 on Gillar du mig? +16
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#82 - gowge (10/20/2015) [-]
Best name. i'm not even swedish
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#109 - fitta (10/20/2015) [-]
ty mang <3
#48 - that looks so gooooooood  [+] (10 replies) 10/06/2015 on American Anon makes a... +3
#50 - polpoulpe (10/06/2015) [-]
It's the best thing ever dude. Just dip it in a mix of milk, eggs and sugar then bake it.
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#52 - sobir (10/06/2015) [-]
you can make that with normal bread. Why would you wait for it to get stale
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#129 - vetis (10/06/2015) [-]
Stale bread soaks it up and is more firm, if you use fresh soft bread that's how you get the mushy, eggy result that I honestly hate. But it's a preference thing.
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#130 - sobir (10/06/2015) [-]
yeah i pref it with stale too but its too much work
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#131 - vetis (10/06/2015) [-]
Well back then it wasn't something you made planned, really. It was just used to get use of stale bread because who the fuck wants a stale sandwich, y'know? Clever idea and now we kept it, same as duck confit, bacon, etc. So if you ever forget you have bread and find it stale, SURPRISE! Or just use fresh bread because you're right, waiting for it to go stale is annoying. But hey, look around in your store, you might find discounted bread that's about to go stale soon.
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#132 - sobir (10/06/2015) [-]
you sure know your bagguette
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#163 - vetis (10/06/2015) [-]
I'm in college for culinary management, knowing useless shit like this is our job. It makes us sound smart.
#71 - anon (10/06/2015) [-]
way back when, a few centuries ago, this was mainly used to deal with stale bread. my family's only ever made this with stale bread
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#51 - blowbags (10/06/2015) [-]
How do you bake it ? (you personally) - we used to fry it in very light butter (not 6 inch pool..) but wondering if you put it in the oven or grill in foil?

I want to make ultimate version/s of this I forgot we used to eat it a lot as kids
#53 - polpoulpe (10/06/2015) [-]
You can either fry it on a pan or put it in the oven along with the sugar/egg/milk mix. I can't remember the temperature though.
#108 - yes, can confirm  [+] (4 replies) 10/05/2015 on Romantic +1
#112 - mrchris (10/05/2015) [-]
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#116 - obtuseabuse (10/05/2015) [-]
#117 - mrchris (10/05/2015) [-]
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**mrchris rolled image** Fucking knew it
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#109 - darksideofthebeast (10/05/2015) [-]
I love you, fitta. :^ )