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Friday, November 8, 2019

Not enough bread to buy bread

Posted By on Fri, Nov 8, 2019 at 9:26 AM

We have a serious bread problem in HRM's grocery stores, and I'm not talking about price fixing. I'm talking about your stale-ass dunce loaves! There's no excuse for the stores that have their own built-in bakery department to be selling old-ass bread. Most of the time it's sitting on the shelves still frozen from the freezer you just took it out of…all the moisture gets in and ruins the texture. The pita bread breaks all apart when you try to make a pita pocket—it's so dry tasting, like sawdust. The bagels feel like hockey pucks and the French bread loaves feel just like a dense, soggy sponge. And don't even get me started on the cheaper stores that don't have an in-house bakery. What garbage! Don't people know good bread anymore? Also, the prices are ridiculous! I saw a loaf of cheese bread (white bread with some cheddar grated over the top) for $6.99! Seven bucks for a loaf of bread? Someone needs their head examined.
—Ain't Fit For The Birds!

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