The code has finally been cracked on how to enjoy a delicious sandwich without all the pesky carbs. Both your pants and your taste buds will enjoy learning this secret for how to make low carb bread!

Step 1: The Original Slice

= 19 grams.

Talk about working for your food! Lol
<p>This is absolute genius, I hope you've taken steps to protect your IP!<br><br>What can you ever do after this?</p>
<p>Haha! Thanks ianheavy!</p><p>This is my food follow up: <a href="http://www.instructables.com/id/SnickerPoodles/"> http://www.instructables.com/id/SnickerPoodles/</a></p><p>: )</p>
<p>I like the cut of your jib Paige. <br><br>Thanks for the link, if I fancy a poodle on my plate now I know how to prepare one. <br><br>I'll look out for more of your ideas.</p>
<p>I spent some time visiting my daughter and her husband and tried to explain to him how many carbs are in 2 slices of bread. (His blood sugar is too high). When he fixed something to eat it was usually a full size sandwich. I sent him this link to drive it home. I love how pretty it looks! Thanks for sharing.</p><p>sunshiine</p>
<p>The final solution to world hunger, obesity and diabetes!</p>
So you spend that much time to cut out holes when you could have just half a sandwich with the same result?
<p>It looks cooler!</p>
<p>whhhaaaat?? Haha this is so genius! Good job!</p>
Great instructable...I tried to make toast with my friends face on it with a laser cutter........it didn't taste the best
<p>Hehe! now, I challenge you to slice breads with laser, like the bread laser-slicer-toaster in Hitchhicker's Guide to the Galaxy! :)</p>
<p>Haha, love it!</p>
<p>Or you can just not use the bread for top and get -9.5g instead of -5!</p><p>That said, I totally approve of making a sandwich with a laser cutter. :)</p>
I might just make a thinner slice.
Haha love it never before thought of making a sandwich with a laser cutter. Just gotta love it! ! :D
<p>love it! &lt;3</p>
<p>Excellent ! </p>

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Bio: Made in Canada, I have a BFA in product design from Parsons School of Design in NYC. I've done work for Martha Stewart Living ... More »
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