The pursuit of the perfect sandwich

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EXETER, England - June 19, 2014 - PRLog -- We have all been there, in the kitchen, glaring at the fridge, and shimmying between the cupboards mulling over which ingredients will go best in the 2 pieces of bread you have already buttered on the plate. It can be hard, sometimes impossible to make a sandwich which will satisfy your demands. Not to mention what to eat alongside the ‘sanger’ crisps, fruit, sausage rolls agghhhh too much to consider!

Here’s a simple guide to creating the perfect sandwich

1.       Experimentation

2.       Sweet and Sour

3.       Hot or Cold

4.       Ingredient distribution

5.       Herbs and Spices

Exeter based wholesale snacks and sandwich distributor say that the secret to creating and enjoying a great sandwich is…. Dedication and Experimentation

What kind of sandwich are you?

Just like owners of pets, sandwiches are like their consumers. Take a look in the mirror and ask yourself “if I were a sandwich what would I look like, my texture and filling be? Here’s a simple guide that might help


Height: Over 6 foot – French stick / Under 5 foot: Bun / In the middle: the worlds your oyster

Hair Colour: Brown: Margerine  Red: Chilli Butter   Blond: Butter Grey:

Clothes: Bought within the last month: Slightly warmed up / Purchased over a month ago: Cold


 Adaptability   Ham

 Adroitness   Turkey

 Aggressiveness   Chicken

 Agreeableness   Roast beef

 Altruism    Mayo

 Androgyny   Buffalo cheese

 Assertiveness   Bacon

 Authoritarianism   Mixed leaf salad

 Compliance   Ham

 Conformity (personality)   Seafood

 Conscientiousness   Fish filets

 Conservatism   Tuna

 Courage   Salami

 Creativity   Pepperoni.

 Cruelty   Tofu

 Curiosity   Mushrooms

 Cynicism   Eggs

 Defensiveness   Cheese

 Dependency (personality)   Swiss cheese

 Dishonesty   Lorraine Swiss

 Dogmatism   Gouda

 Egalitarianism   Quorn

 Egotism   Aubergine

 Emotional immaturity   Spinach

 Emotional inferiority   Peanut butter

 Emotional instability   Jelly

 Emotional maturity   Jam

 Emotional stability   Whole fruit spread

 Emotional superiority   Cream cheese fillings

 Emotionality (personality)   Nutella.

 Empathy   Mayonnaise

 Extraversion   Miracle Whip

 Femininity   Ranch dressing

 Greed avoidance   Blue cheese dressing

 Gregariousness   Thousand Island dressing

 Hardiness   yellow mustard

 Honesty   wholegrain mustard

 Humility   Dijon mustard

 Hypnotic susceptibility   Barbecue sauce

 Impulsivity   Chutney

 Independence (personality)   Pepper sauce.

 Initiative   Spinach leaves

 Integrity   Tomatoes

 Introversion   Peppers

 Irritability   Onions

 Liberalism   Sweet pickles

 Likability   Dill pickles

 Loyalty   Butter

 Machiavelianism   Margerine

 Masculinity   Chips

 Misanthropy   Chives

 Modesty   Beef

 Moodiness   Salmon

 Narcissism   Chilli

 Need for approval   Avocado

 Need for cognition   Basil

 Negativism   Borage

 Nervousness   Extra Strong Chillis

 Neuroticism   Chervil

 Nonconformity (personality)   Dill

 Nurturance   Fennel

 Obedience   Garlic

 Objectivity   Marjoram

 Omnipotence   Lemongrass

 Openmindedness   Garam Massala

 Openess to experience   Oregano

 Optimism   Saffron

 Paranoia   Lemon

 Passiveness   Baked Beans

 Perseptiveness (personality)   Sweetcorn

 Perfectionism   Apple

 Persistance   Jalapinos

 Pessimism   Currents

 Positivism   Raspberries

 Psychoticism   Celery

 Rebelliousness   Cinnamon

 Resilience (psychological)   Watercress

 Rigidity (personality)   Wasabi

 Risk taking   Anise

 Self control   Peanuts

 Selfishness   Lime

 Sensation seeking   Lamb

 Sensitivity (personality)   Parsley

 Seriousness   Rosemary

 Sincerity   Cumin

 Sociability   Icecream

 Subjectivity   Corriander

 Suggestibility   Ginger

 Tender-mindedness   Thyme

 Timidity   Brie

 Tolerance   Raddich

 Vengefulness   Bell Peppers

We hope you have found this article useful, and so you can now look deep within your soul (or fridge) and be confident that whatever combination of ingredients you put in your sandwich you are one step closer to discovering your perfect match. Good luck in your quest for sandwich perfection. Gnom Gnom

Final Tip: Ask your friends or work colleages what is in their sandwich to discover what kind of person or mood they are in
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