Change ), You are commenting using your Google account. As we all gear up for back to school, I thought what a better way to celebrate (or morn the end of summer) than with a frugal back to school lunch hack you moms are going to love, Homemade Uncrustables. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Once frozen, remove from the baking sheet & store in a large ziploc freezer bag. The food is not cooked according to any historical standards of meaning or nutrition. “Uncrustables Sandwiches should be frozen until ready to eat. What do my students eat that is just as potentially inedible and repulsive from a different perspective as dog might be to them? ( Log Out / I like to make some of both, because sometimes my kids only want to eat a few bites, and sometimes they eat an entire sandwich. ! In fact, my kids thought they were store bought because they turned out so perfectly. Homemade uncrustables are great for school lunches, especially when your child attends a nut-free school by making it with a nut-free butter alternative. I'm starving and ready for lunch. I can't wait that long! So anyway, this week in my Introduction to Anthropology class we are talking about food. Not just Uncrustables® mind you. I thought I’d try it and it was pretty much indistinguishable from any other meat that might be stewed in a spicy sauce with lots of cilantro. It says it has to thaw 30-60 minutes. They are food, but packed in mechanically sealed plastic with a corporate label on the front. We wanted to be respectful of the hospitality of the owner, but the menu was a tough read. Let me paint you a picture. What are they but crushed cornmeal slurry, deep fried, artifically flavored, and then artificially colored with a hue not found in nature. To freeze, lay the uncrustables out on a large baking sheet & place in the freezer for 2-4 hours. A: - Keep Uncrustables frozen until ready to eat. Standing in line for a sandwich in the school cafeteria, spotting a bag (packet?) I have to be honest, the whole idea of an Uncrustable really … In class, I like to talk about foods that demonstrate this point. Full disclosure: I have eaten dog before. Say what you want about vegan fare — it tastes like dirt, it’s bland, you can only eat it while gloating and donning Birkenstocks, etc. It was difficult to talk about it without either being upset or laughing. These Uncrustables are meant to be kept frozen and then heated before eating. ( Log Out / We weren’t planning on eating, but the beer was a perfect excuse to hang out, consider the menu, chat with the owner and think about the space. Maybe, if you’re like this very adult writer, you still eat them regularly for lunch. The snacks have been going viral on the app for months, thanks to users showing off their “homemade” versions. When he asked us what we wanted to order to eat, he was sincere and clearly confused why we just drank beer and wouldn’t eat anything. How does one translate dog-as-food into a middle class, midwestern American classroom? It is the opposite of food prepared by hand by an expert chef in a family-owned restaurant with a long local tradition. The Pamered Chef sells a product called The Cut n Seal for around $9. The deceptive “peanut butter and jelly” Uncrustable® is packed with fats, oils, sugars and other ingredients that are unhealthy and part of a food culture that is detached from any human historical or cultural tradition. The menu, complete with photos, included such dishes as: BBQ Dog Brisket, BBQ Dog Tail, Fried Bean Sprouts with Dog Skin, Spicy Dog Steak, Pepper Fried Dog Tongue, Dog Hearts and Dog Brain.
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