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Anybody ever tried this stuff? I wonder what the ingredient list on the can looks like? Bread in a can? I know I'm prejudging but I don't think it can be much good.

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Canned bread has been around for a long time. I remember my mom buying a can of Boston brown bread once when I was a kid. I think it was B&M brand. It was OK. Not quite as flashy as the new Japanese brand. Like the ad says- take it mountain climbing!
 

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It reminds me of the sweet bread that were available in cans when I was a kid. They weren't too bad, as far as I can remember. I think it was a British product.
 

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I don't think it's as evil as it sounds. Boston Brown Bread is baked/steamed in cans and is delicious. Could sealing it cause that much harm?


 

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WOW! These looks wonderful Kyle.


Would a pea soup can give simmilar results ;)
 

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I'm not sure the contents of the cans plays a role :) These are 11.5 oz. coffee cans.
 

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The source is in your backyard! Hi-Rise Bakery in Cambridge. The formula is in Artisan Baking Across America. It's a quick bread. Ya dump all the stuff in the cans and toss 'em in the oven.
 

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Idle hands are the Devil's plaything :)
 
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