It’s Thursday, which means it’s time for the second installment of Eating Styles: Sandwich Edition! Last week we made you choose between eating around the crust of your sandwich or straight through. That’s all fine and dandy, assuming you eat your sandwich whole. But at So Good, we like to be inclusive, so we’re opening things up to the rest of the sandwich-munching population with this next poll question: how do you CUT UP your sandwich?

You have four options:

1. In half (triangles).

2. In half (rectangles).

3. In four triangles.

4. Keep it whole.

How do you cut up your sandwiches, So Good readers? Does one seem to taste better or make the sandwich last longer? Do you have a totally different sandwich-slicing method? Choose your answer and explain in the comments.

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5 Responses

  1. Kath

    I keep my sandwich whole just because I’m too lazy to cut it. Then there’s my dad. He only uses one piece of bread and folds it in half.

  2. Mark

    I had to go with other, I don’t have a consistent method across all sandwiches. Hot sandwiches I tend to cut in rectangles, Reubens, Cubans etc.
    For a cold sandwich on standard bread whole is the way to go.
    And of course a club sandwich is always 4 triangles. Anything else is unacceptable


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