What alternatives are there to regular bread for sandwiches?

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What are some alternatives to regular sliced bread for making sandwich type meals?

We have two favourites that we use as a substitute for regular sliced bread when we really need a change in menu. It gives the sandwich a whole different texture and flair when we prepare foods using these. We use flour tortillas or pita pocket bread. Pita was not always as easy to find at the stores but now many grocery stores carry both flour tortillas and pita bread, often in different sizes too. Try making a personal pizza inside of the pocket bread with precooked ground beef or sausage then add cheese and tomato sauce. Then toast it in the oven or in a toaster oven for a few minutes to make the cheese melt and the pita get slightly crisp or just warmed up if you don’t like a crisp texture. Pita bread is also delicious with fresh lettuce and salad fixings and cut up chicken breast with dressing in it or tuna fish done the same way. Tortillas are easy to warm in the microwave and put melted cheese inside. They are also delicious fried to a golden brown in corn or olive oil with cheese inside. You can make a single one and roll it or make it a sandwich style by putting the filling between two pieces and frying it to a crispy golden brown the same way you do a grilled cheese sandwich on regular bread. You can even make the fried kind with a sweet twist and make a tortilla version of a crepe, rolled up, filled with jam or preserves and topped with powdered sugar. They are good as a breakfast food too rolled with scrambled eggs and sausage inside.

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