It sounds disturbing, I agree, but truthfully, I was pleasantly surprised. First off, there weren't nearly as many ingredients as I would have expected from something coming out of a can, and to boot, they were all completely identifiable:
Preparation, of course, is incredibly straighforward-- simply open the can on both ends, push the bread out, slice and eat. You can also heat it up or slice and toast it (easy multi-method directions are all on the back of the can). I opted for the heat it up in the oven technique, which I will illustrate here with a series of photos....
|See that trash can in the background? For a while, I was worried that that's|
exactly where this loaf of bread truly belonged. Lol. But I was wrong. :)
What did I end up with? A nice little loaf of moist, strongly molasses flavored (albeit can shaped) bread. It was tasty and perfectly edible all on it's own, but I also opted to try it with strawberry jam....yum.
Believe it or not, I consider this experiment a success, and I would actually recommend that people try this product....if for no other reason than the fun factor and/or pure nostalgic value. =)