Baguette sandwich is always a favorite dish for many families. The delicious taste, softness, and texture of the bread are not only attractive to adults but also to children. However, we have often used sandwiches for eating and have not fully explored their other amazing uses.

After reading this article, don’t forget to keep a sandwich at home.

If a glass cup is unfortunately broken, do not pick up the shards with your bare hands as they can cause cuts and bleeding. Instead, use a slice of sandwich to collect the glass pieces. The fluffy texture of the bread will help you collect even the smallest pieces. Just remember to discard the bread immediately after cleaning up.

Another use for a slice of sandwich is to place it on a small dish and pour white vinegar on it. Then, place the dish in a place with a bad smell in the house for a few hours or overnight. This simple and natural method will help absorb the bad odor and deodorize the room.

You can also tear the sandwich into small pieces and put it in a blender to make bread crumbs. Bread crumbs are commonly used in baking cakes or other delicious dishes.

If you’re tired of the familiar taste of the sandwich, you can transform it into a delicious and attractive baked bread. Cut the bread into small square blocks, brush olive oil on them, sprinkle some herbs on top, and bake them in the oven at a temperature of 350 degrees for about 5 minutes on each side. When both sides of the bread are golden brown and crispy, it’s ready to be enjoyed.

If the soup you cooked has excess fat on the surface, simply place a slice of bread on top of a large bowl or pot of soup for a few seconds. The bread will absorb the excess fat, making it healthier to consume.

The moisture in sandwich bread can help keep other foods soft and fresh. It’s especially useful for keeping freshly baked cookies, brown sugar, and marshmallows soft.

A slice of bread is also great for erasing stains, cleaning dust off images and oil paintings. It won’t damage the painting, so feel free to use it for cleaning.

(Source: onegoodthingbyjillee)