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4 Rules For Fantastic Sandwiches

My family loves eating. Like, really loves it. So when McKenzie Natural Artisan Deli reached out asking if I’d like to try their products and I said to the Jon and the girls, "Hey, I want to experiment and make some really awesome sandwiches!" they: 1) did not find this at all weird, and 2) were totally on board to serve as my testing panel. And while I have never before thought to quantify exactly what makes a sandwich awesome, last weekend, as I played around with some McKenzie products, after I was finished I realized that I totally unlocked 4 rules for fantastic sandwiches (plus one bonus efficiency tip).
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