"Oh, dear god... that bread is a crumbling mess!" I stared at the four leftover hamburger buns from last week's dinner. There are only three of us, one being an almost-four year old, so we don't eat a lot. That gigantic 8-pack of hamburger buns the stores insist on selling is just too much. I was fortunate, though, because even though the bread crumbled apart like rotted plywood, there was no mold to be seen. It was old and it was dry, but it was not yet showing any signs of developing into sentient life. Most people would do the sensible thing, and throw that mess out. I, however, have never made any false claims of sensibility. The bread was old and dry, but it wasn't going to make anyone sick. I have no shame, so naturally, I decided to use it. No, I was not going to force my family to eat nasty, crumbly bread. Even I have limits. But! You know all of those really yummy recipes that have been passed down for generations? Those recipes that
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