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09/11/2014
 Sandwiches are the ultimate food: they provide tons of nutrients, are super easy to make, they’re portable and, if done right, they can be a balanced meal. If you want to make sure that you’re getting your sandwich just right, this post by Great Harvest in Bozeman is here to give you a few tips!

How to Prepare the Ultimate Sandwich

Start with a Great Foundation


Bread can make or break your sandwich. It is the foundation upon which everything else will rely. Make sure to go for a flavorful, whole grain alternative that’ll provide the right nutrients. 

Keep it Up with Good Ingredients


If you want this sandwich to be healthy, you need to pick up good ingredients. This means that you should avoid heavily processed options and go for a more organic approach to food.

Load Up the Veggies/Fruits


Veggies/fruits make your sandwich more filling, tasty and nutritious. Build up the benefits your meal offers you by adding lettuce, bell pepper, avocado, tomato and more fruits/veggies.


Don’t Forget the Protein


This is the energy boost! Proteins are great to get you going and to help your body work properly. Lean meats, beans, eggs, among others, can give your meal the protein required.


Beware of the Dairies


We all love to up the flavor game on our sandwiches by including a ton of delicious cheese in it. However, you should pace yourself with it or go for options with lower fat content.

Season Right


Now for the condiments! Season your sandwich to your liking with garlic, salt, pepper, ketchup, mustard, etc. Still, be careful not to go overboard with it (e.g. the mayonnaise).

For the Best Bread in Bozeman…

As mentioned above, the bread you pick can influence the way your sandwich tastes, the nutrients it provides, etc. Here at Great Harvest, we have a huge variety of flavors in whole grain bread that is sure to make your sandwich (and other meals - like fruit jam on toast) that much better!
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