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How Does Bread In A Can Sound To You?

If you walk down the canned food aisle at your local supermarket you'll find canned fish, canned peas, canned beans and even canned meat. But what if I told you that you might find canned bread?? The B&M company's been making a canned brown bread (with or without raisins) for ages, however folks in Japan have stepped it up a notch. In Japan you can actually purchase several different kinds of canned bread — chocolate chip, coffee, fruit and nuts, and raisin and fruit, not just "brown" flavor. The cans were originally intended to be used as emergency rations, however they are now available in vending machines throughout Japan. Perfect for when that 3am carb attack hits.

What do you guys think? Would you try it?

Source: Tokyo Times

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geohiker geohiker 9 years
I'd give it a try, but I tend to be fussy about my bread. It would be interesting though!
aznbebe29 aznbebe29 9 years
wow... strange. i love bread. but i don't know about it in a can.
sarahkushner sarahkushner 9 years
I love the brown bread in a can... but I can never find it.
colormesticky colormesticky 9 years
Well, I already buy my biscuits in a can. The only difference is that I wouldn't have to cook this.
karisaamy karisaamy 9 years
I've never seen anything that comes in a can that isn't wet or at least moist. How do that do that with bread??
bluebellknoll bluebellknoll 9 years
Cute! I would try it just so I know what it tastes like.
aSLAMMINhottie aSLAMMINhottie 9 years
What? Why?!
beingtazim beingtazim 9 years
i love it - bread in a can from a vending machine! that is so great
aoitenshi aoitenshi 9 years
I'd definitely try it, it looks interesting and seems tasty. I love the quirky things that Japan comes up with.
Twinkle1 Twinkle1 9 years
Biscuits come in a can, so why not bread?
KadBunny KadBunny 9 years
"Best thing since canned bread" ...Nope, not working. Still pretty cool though.
Vexedlovely Vexedlovely 9 years
i have yet to see this! I will keep an eye out for it.
Heart-Holland Heart-Holland 9 years
I'll try anything (food-wise) but probably couldn't make a habit out of it.
EatYourVeggies EatYourVeggies 9 years
I'd try it. As long as it wasn't some freaky fish flavor.
audkem01 audkem01 9 years
I'll try it but still sounds a bit eww
SugarJaniece SugarJaniece 9 years
Not much more different than Pillsbury dinner, cinnamon, and croissant rolls. I mean after all, aren't those bread in a can as well?
lexichloe lexichloe 9 years thanks.
paii paii 9 years
I am a very big fan of canned bread. Does anyone know where i can find these other varieties and flavors?
lisabunny lisabunny 9 years
I'd at least try it
daisyeater21 daisyeater21 9 years
no thanks!
Emma Emma 9 years
tuscanstellina tuscanstellina 9 years
Wow, that is a bit freaky! I don't think I will be trying that anytime soon.
cwjam88 cwjam88 9 years
I dunno...the Japanese are pretty good at keeping the quality of their "canned" and weird packaged products. If the texture and taste is still good, I don't see why not try it. :)
Vidiot Vidiot 9 years
Ahhhh just like mom used to make...Nothing compares to waking up to a can of fresh bread in the morning!
misslarue misslarue 9 years
I don't think so..
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