It’s time for some garlic bread real talk

What’s the best one?

  • Those 29p frozen baguettes
  • Some wanky ciabatta or something that costs more than 29p
  • Somehow a third thing

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Homemade.

The baguettes are the better supermarket option though

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It’s obviously the 29p ones that make your breath reek and are all pappy and smooshy on the inside. Any other opinion is the product of a sick sick society which values status above deliciousness.

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Quite like the individual slices

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Yes in theory, but all my homemade ones are just a part baked baguette, soy butter, a buttload of garlic, salt and pepper - the EXACT SAME THING as a frozen ready made one.

Supermarket garlic breads are a foodstuff that absolutely needs to be very slightly overcooked

  • Agreed, a wise observation
  • I disagree

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Cool I like dry crackers too but we’re talking about garlic bread here.

I’ll be making garlic bread with the leftover sourdough this evening. Does this make me a wanker?

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The fact you had to ask suggests that at some level, you already know the answer.

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Tesco Finest Garlic Ciabatta are like £2.50 :open_mouth: but they’ve VEGAN and delicious.

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Well I know I’m a wanker. Just not sure if this contributes to it

Thanks @Mert_Aksac i knew you were a real g (garlic bread connoisseur).

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These things that you stick on the BBQ for a few minutes (on a skewer if you’re feeling fancy).

Beyond that, anything based on bread, butter and garlic is ok with me.

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These are too, and you could have 7 of them for the same price.

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Well this changes everything.

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Prefer them undercooked. So there.

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You can have both types if there’s a big group of you. That’s good

Big fan of this lad for 99p

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A ‘game of opinions’ really