Sub shops are a dime a dozen.
Though I prefer to eat at local sub shops, when you are surround by Subway, Jimmy Johns, Firehouse and others, it can be a challenge to eat local.
Well, when wonderful news about the bread you may eat comes out, it helps makes some decisions.
According to USA Today, Subway uses some elasticity chemical in its bread.
That chemical is Azodiacarbonamide, all I know is it is apparently also used in rubber and synthetic leather to give the elasticity.
The upside is, after a food blogger made a big deal out of this, Subway says they are going to remove this chemical…the sooner the better I say.
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