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Pita bread tastes so great when it's toasted.

I wonder why companies don't pre-toast it and sell it in its toasten form.

Any ideas?


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On 5/2/2014 2:37 PM, Christopher M. wrote:
Pita bread tastes so great when it's toasted.

I wonder why companies don't pre-toast it and sell it in its toasten form.

Any ideas?


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Toasted bread of any sort is much better fresh. However, one little tip:
frozen Pita bread can be simultaneously defrosted and toasted using a
regular electric toaster.

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On Friday, May 2, 2014 11:37:31 AM UTC-7, Christopher M. wrote:
Pita bread tastes so great when it's toasted.



I wonder why companies don't pre-toast it and sell it in its toasten form.



Any ideas?





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On 5/2/2014 2:37 PM, Christopher M. wrote:
Pita bread tastes so great when it's toasted.

I wonder why companies don't pre-toast it and sell it in its toasten
form.

Any ideas?


W. Pooh (AKA Winnie P.)



Toasted bread of any sort is much better fresh. However, one little tip:
frozen Pita bread can be simultaneously defrosted and toasted using a
regular electric toaster.


I think I've heard the same about pancakes.


W. Pooh (AKA Winnie P.)


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On Friday, May 2, 2014 2:01:24 PM UTC-7, sf wrote:
On Fri, 2 May 2014 19:52:51 +0100, Yellow wrote:



In article , says...




Pita bread tastes so great when it's toasted.




I wonder why companies don't pre-toast it and sell it in its toasten form.




Any ideas?






For the same reason you cannot by pre-toasted standard bread?




My thought exactly! If you want crunchy pita, buy pita chips.





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On 5/2/2014 2:37 PM, Christopher M. wrote:


Pita bread tastes so great when it's toasted.




I wonder why companies don't pre-toast it and sell it in its toasten


form.




Any ideas?






W. Pooh (AKA Winnie P.)








Toasted bread of any sort is much better fresh. However, one little tip:


frozen Pita bread can be simultaneously defrosted and toasted using a


regular electric toaster.




I think I've heard the same about pancakes.





W. Pooh (AKA Winnie P.)


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Toasted bread of any sort is much better fresh. However, one little tip:
frozen Pita bread can be simultaneously defrosted and toasted using a
regular electric toaster.


I think I've heard the same about pancakes.


I don't freeze mine, but leftover blueberry pancakes he reheated in
the toaster during the week.

I pour a little maple syrup on a small dish, put on two slices of
leftover bacon (can be frozen) nuke it for 30 seconds and put the
toasted pancakes on the plate. Sunday quality breakfast in about two
minutes.


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Pita bread tastes so great when it's toasted.

I wonder why companies don't pre-toast it and sell it in its toasten form.

Any ideas?


They do. It's called Pita Chips.

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On Fri, 2 May 2014 14:37:31 Christopher M. writes yet another episode
of "As the Head Spins".

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I wonder if he has tried peanut butter on his pita?

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Christopher M. wrote:
Pita bread tastes so great when it's toasted.

I wonder why companies don't pre-toast it and sell it in its toasten form.

Any ideas?


W. Pooh (AKA Winnie P.)



they are called "croutons"


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"Christopher M." wrote in message
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Pita bread tastes so great when it's toasted.

I wonder why companies don't pre-toast it and sell it in its toasten
form.

Any ideas?


They do. It's called Pita Chips.


Not quite the same. Most pita chips are fried.


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