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World’s oldest sandwich, still fresh, discovered at church

World’s oldest sandwich, still fresh, discovered at church

Pieces of bread, beyond the expiration date by some 43,000 days, have been found perfectly preserved inside a church organ in Great Britain. From the Daily Mail:

The perfectly-preserved remains of a sandwich have been found inside a church organ 118 years after being left there by workmen.

Slices of crusty bread were found wrapped in a paper bag, which was sealed within the instrument when it was built in 1896.

The meal – thought to have been eaten with cheese by workers on their lunch break – was only found when the organ was being dismantled to be sold for parts.

That is hard to believe. Somebody ought to eat that bread fast, because I’m guessing it ain’t gonna stay fresh much longer. Read more.

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tgflux

Quick, somebody put it in a monstrance!

JC Fisher

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