I made this last Sunday, from some less-than-fresh sourdough bread. I ate more than this myself, and then told my husband he could eat the rest whenever he wanted, since he wasn’t ready for breakfast yet.
Yesterday I found it, still uneaten, but apparently with one bite taken out, hidden in the refrigerator. I had no idea my husband had never eaten it. When I mentioned it, he said that he had told me he didn’t want any French toast the day I made it.
I wish I’d heard that, because I would have eaten the rest myself! It was delicious. But not that appetizing four days later.
Why am I rambling about two slices of stale, soggy bread? Because I’ve been inspired by Kristen at The Frugal Girl and her Food Waste Friday posts to waste less food. It’s better for the environment and it’s better for your wallet, and both of those things are good.
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Happy 4th of July, everyone! I’ll be back on Monday, July 5th, with a Meatless Monday post.