Clever Wrap for Your Sandwich

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Introduction: Clever Wrap for Your Sandwich

A clever way to wrap your sandwich so it's easy to carry it and unwrap it.

Step 1: Video Demostration

Step 2: What You Will Need

  1. Paper towel
  2. Your favorite sandwich

Step 3:

Cut two connected pieces of paper. Place the sandwich on top of the paper, so it sits in the middle of the papers connected line.

Step 4:

Cover the sandwich with the bottom piece of paper.

Step 5:

Fold again the paper, towards yourself.

Step 6:

Bring the other piece of paper all the way around, so it covers the sandwich.

Step 7:

When you fold the paper make sure that the end of the paper is below the connected line of the paper. If it covers it your have to fold it once again

Step 8:

Fold the sides of the paper underneath the sandwich.

Step 9:

Pull the paper and enjoy!!!

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    12 Discussions

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    mellymoo79
    mellymoo79

    6 years ago

    I do something similar to absorb any moisture inside a plastic bag when I make my lunch for the next day

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    gmendoza9
    gmendoza9

    6 years ago

    awesome! very useful & neat when travelling, too!

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    Arman5592
    Arman5592

    6 years ago

    No offense but how would this be clever ?

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    jarikcbol
    jarikcbol

    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    Well, say you work outdoors and tend to get filthy, and have no where to clean up before lunch. If you pre-wrap your sandwich this way, you can unwrap and eat it, holding it in the wrapper, and your filthy hands never touch your food. Sure, you can do that anyway, but this trick makes it easyer.

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    tinaciousz
    tinaciousz

    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    I could have used this last night after my printmaking class. My hands were covered in sticky red ink! This is also great for kids to take school! We can't always be there to remind them to wash their hands after recess. Handy trick!

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    laxgeo
    laxgeo

    6 years ago

    That's sick!