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Trival Difference #428

There's never enough toast on lazy weekend mornings. Loaves of white bread in Japan are about half the length of American loaves. During the week, this is convenient since we always finish the bread before it turns stale.

By careful purchasing, I can maximise our toast. Loaves are normally pre-cut into 6 slices per loaf. Sometimes I've been able to find 8-slice loaves, which are the normal sized slices in the US. Thicker bread, a 5-slice loaf, makes great French toast but it's gone so quickly. There are 4-slice loaves, but the slices are so thick, I've never figured out what to do with them.

Some weekends, I plan ahead and buy two loaves.

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