Forget The Baguette: The Rise Of Sliced Bread In France

The Economist – June 27, 2015

Why are the French suddenly so keen on sliced bread? Partly because of his long lasting convenience at a time of squeezed lifestyles. Nothing beats a freshly baked baguette, but it’s best eaten within hours of leaving the oven.

When harried lifestyle shows its strain,
Grab sliced bread wrapped in cellophane.

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