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Mos Burger adds sliced bread to their menus

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By Oona McGee, SoraNews24

Mos Burger is known for its rice burgers, lettuce burgers, tomato burgers, and sometimes even its Mos Burgers. One thing it isn’t known for is bread, but Mos Burger has now said “hold my burger” to that, whipping out to the bakery and coming back with this.

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That’s right, the Japanese fast food chain known for its burgers has now created a loaf of bread. It’s an unexpected move from Mos Burger, but considering more people are now eating at home due to the pandemic, it’s an understandable development, and one we’re now curious to try, given that the bread is said to be so rich-tasting you don’t need to eat it with butter.

Plenty of butter and eggs, along with fresh cream and dairy products, are used to give the bread an extremely soft and fluffy texture. The bread is so flavorful it can be enjoyed on its own without any toppings, and toasting it is said to bring out even more of its buttery flavors.

By the sounds of it, Mos Burger may be on to a winner with this new bread, which will go on sale for 600 yen at approximately 1,000 branches around Japan from March 12.

Customers wanting to try the new bread will have to make reservations for it in-store, though, starting from Feb 26, and the bread will only be sold on the second and fourth Fridays of each month, with the reservation cutoff date falling on the Saturdays prior to sale.

After giving us Dassai amazake milkshakes, Mac and Cheese burgers, and even gummi candies, Mos Burger really is on a roll. Who knows where they’ll take us to next?

Source: Mos Burger Japan

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What the heck is bread?

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Customers wanting to try the new bread will have to make reservations for it in-store, though, starting from Feb 26, and the bread will only be sold on the second and fourth Fridays of each month, with the reservation cutoff date falling on the Saturdays prior to sale.

Japanese consumers: playthings of business.

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Right, because there obviously is a shortage of this type of a toast bread in Japan. I’ve become allergic to “shokupan” after several years living in Japan. I crave proper, tasty, nutritious bread.

4 ( +4 / -0 )

No thanks. I prefer my home baked 100% wholewheat everyday.

5 ( +6 / -1 )

This is the greatest thing since sliced bread!

2 ( +2 / -0 )

Is it super-refined, overly sweet, devoid-of-any-nutrients white bread? The Japanese will love it!

4 ( +5 / -1 )

Biroche in shokupan form.

I'm sure it's delicious but it's hardly a stand out product among Japanese shokupan. If it had Mos burger sauce inside... maybe.

-1 ( +1 / -2 )

I crave proper, tasty, nutritious bread

Bake your own, it's easy.

4 ( +4 / -0 )

But what is bread?

2 ( +2 / -0 )

But what is bread?

Mine today was simply a pinch of baking soda and a pinch of salt;

120ml buttermilk (a squeeze of lemon left to sit in regular moo juice);

50g strong white flour;

20g Graham (wholemeal) flour;

20g rolled oats;

10g bran;

and four minutes each side on low gas in a small pan/skillet.

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But what does all that make?

-1 ( +0 / -1 )

But what does all that make?

At 600 yen a pop, a nice little earner for Mos.

Wish they sold slices in store so I could make a chip butty.

4 ( +4 / -0 )

nice little earner

What sorta bunse we looking at?

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h0nz4Today 11:28 am JST

I miss the sourdough bread. Or ordinary normal bread from Central/West Europe. It's so difficult to get it here. Either you find it and it's ridiculously overpriced, or you find something that has weird ingredients like margarine and so on.

Shokupan is good only for putting it in a toaster and then spreading something over it, so you don't feel the terrible flavour.

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Robert Cikki

h0nz4Today 11:28 am JST

I miss the sourdough bread. Or ordinary normal bread from Central/West Europe. It's so difficult to get it here. Either you find it and it's ridiculously overpriced, or you find something that has weird ingredients like margarine and so on.

Bake your own. It takes about 30 minutes every couple of days. Flour and yeast from Mamapan. I make 2 large wholewheat loaves every two days. Cost about 200 yen each.

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600 yen is expensive! It's better be very good. I pay 350 yen for very tasty sliced bread at our local bakery.

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Wish they sold slices in store so I could make a chip butty.

Now that would be progress!

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And next? Raw minced meat, ketchup bottles , lettuce, butter plus cheese in packages and a fry pan , as a DIY-set? Unbelievable.

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And people will wait in lines wrapped around the block hoping to make a reservation.

For white bread.

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I hope one day someone tells me what bread is.

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Is this pandemic bread?

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Give me pumpernickel or give me death, well...a dutch rub anyway.

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Peter NeilToday  03:41 am JST

Is this pandemic bread?

Let me check my guidebook..... OK I'll pay that.

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OK, if I said it was breademic pan, would anyone get the joke?

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