Japanese Canned Bread, YUM!

Mo’ betta than Japanese curry natto….Now there’s Japanese Canned Bread, YUM!!

Japanese Canned Bread

Bread that now comes in cans
asahi.com 06/06/2006
In a sense, it’s the next best thing to sliced bread: Bread that comes in a can and stays fresh for up to three years, that is.The innovative product, intended for use as emergency rations..is called Pan Desuyo! (This Is Bread!). After the baked dough is placed into a can, the container is sealed.more...

And it ain’t cheap…canned Pan Desuyo costs 330 yen for 100 grams of bread in two mini-loaves. For info visit the Kan Shokuhin Kaihatsu Center website.

Also read the culinary surprise at  Crisscross News: Aya Ueto recommends curry natto

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