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Sandwich Pocket

A Sandwich Pocket, also known as a pocket sandwich, is a versatile and portable meal option that has become a popular choice among busy individuals and families. It typically consists of a hollow bread pocket that can be filled with an array of ingredients, including meats, cheeses, vegetables, and condiments. The bread pocket helps to keep the filling intact, making it an ideal on-the-go meal or snack option. Common varieties of bread used for sandwich pockets include pita, baguettes, or even sliced bread that has been sealed around the edges. This wide assortment allows home cooks to customize the taste and texture of their sandwich pocket according to their preference, resulting in endless potential flavor combinations.
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IN FROZEN SNACKS & APPETIZERS
236
CAL / 100G
$0.16
AVG / OZ
Sandwich Pocket
64%
CARBS
21%
FAT
16%
PROTEIN
Expiration & Storage Tips
When does Sandwich Pocket expire?
A store-bought, unopened sandwich pocket generally lasts for about 1-2 days past the 'sell by' date on the packaging if it is kept in the refrigerator. Once opened, it should be consumed within a day to ensure optimal taste and food safety. Homemade sandwich pockets can last up to 3 days if they are properly stored in the refrigerator. If you choose to freeze a sandwich pocket, it can last up to 1-2 months.
How do you tell if Sandwich Pocket is bad?
Sandwich pockets that have gone bad often exhibit noticeable signs. The bread may become moldy, usually appearing as white, green, or black spots. The smell can also change, taking on an unpleasant, sour or stale odor. If the ingredients inside the pocket (like meats or cheeses) have gone bad, their colors might change or they might emit a foul odor. When in doubt, it's always better to err on the side of safety and discard the sandwich pocket.
Tips for storing Sandwich Pocket to extend shelf life
• Always store your sandwich pockets in the refrigerator, ideally in an airtight container or zip-top bag to keep them fresh longer. • If you won’t consume them within a few days, consider freezing them. Wrap each pocket individually in aluminum foil or plastic wrap before placing them in a freezer-safe bag to prevent freezer burn and to maintain quality. • When ready to eat a frozen pocket, you can safely defrost it in the refrigerator. It should take several hours to thoroughly defrost. • To maintain the best quality, avoid over-stuffing your sandwich pockets. Too much moisture from a lot of fillings can make the bread soggy and reduce its shelf life.
EXPIRES WITHIN
2 - 4
WEEKS
Health Info
Macros
20g
CARBS
6g
FAT
5g
PROTEIN
Allowed on these diets
VEGETARIAN
KETO
PALEO
WHOLE 30
MEDITERRANEAN
LOW CARB
VEGAN
LACTOSE FREE
GLUTEN FREE
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