How come an egg salad sandwich always needs to be on white bread? It doesnt work because the white bread is more moist?
You might aswell dip in water. Multi-grain would work better. Also multi grain tastes better, most of the time.
- wind_updollLv 77 months agoFavorite Answer
I agree. Rye and pumpernickel, toasted or not, along with other types of breads, like rolls, wraps, pitas, all make it more interesting - and less soggy.
- deniseLv 77 months ago
I prefer brown or wholemeal bread for an egg salad sandwich, but you can choose whatever bread you want.
- 7 months ago
You can use whatever bread you want. There's no law that says you have to use white. Idiot
- Salt and PeppyLv 77 months ago
You can eat your egg salad sandwich on whatever bread you prefer. Some people prefer white bread, and some people don't. To each their own.
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- 7 months ago
Many people prefer white bread. If needed, you can always toast the bread.
- edwardLv 77 months ago
White bread is just empty carbs, i haven’t bought white bread in...since i was 10. So for the past 16 years i’ve lived without it
- heart o' goldLv 77 months ago
I don’t EVER eat white bread.
- mercedesLv 77 months ago
It's a white bread sandwich filler.
- Anonymous7 months ago
You're the only one who says it must be white bread. I don't care even if you eat it on a piece of lettuce. (like the fairies).
- SandyLv 77 months ago
An egg salad sandwich does NOT always need to be on white bread.
I buy and use multi-grain bread for almost everything. Can't remember the last time I ate white bread anywhere.