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Sandwiches de miga are popular food items in Argentina where they are consumed mainly at parties. The sandwiches de miga are similar to the English cucumber sandwich, which is a typical tea-time food, and resembles the Italian tramezzino. They are single or double layered sandwiches, made from a thin white bread without crust, i.e. the part of the bread called "miga" (i.e., crumb). They are filled with thinly sliced meat (especially but not limited to) ham, eggs, cheese, tomatoes, green peppers, lettuce, and sometimes other vegetables, even asparagus.


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Place of origin: Argentina
Type: Sandwich

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Crustless bread:
Crustless bread is bread without crusts. On July 27, 2005, British food group RHM announced it was to launch a crustless bread product under its Hovis brand, targeted at young children, who generally prefer the softer, milder tasting part of a loaf. The product is the first loaf to be baked without a crust, yet with a palatable shell which supports the foam. This innovation was created by RHM Technology and further developed with British Bakeries. Other bread manufacturers have released crustless bread, with the crusts removed.

Sara Lee and Ironkids also have a crustless bread product.
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