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Process Analysis How to make a Peanut-Butter and Jelly Sandwich In making a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, one must consider all the aspects of proper assembly. Including, peanut butter, jelly, and the type of bread one is to use.

To begin, one must have the essential supplies at hand, as well as, the tools that are required in order to properly complete the task. Indisputably, we will need peanut butter, jelly, and bread; However, these items can vary quite drastically. Take for instance the peanut butter, what brand should one use? Natural or Processed? Smooth or Chunky? Peanut butter is very important, but what is a peanut butter and jelly sandwich without jelly? Jelly is also very important, considering, you cannot make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich without it. Which kind of jelly should one choose? Should it have seeds, or remain smooth? These questions will be answered if one has already had a chance to sample the many varieties of jelly.

Some people believe that the most importance is placed on what is inside, but you cannot have a sandwich without bread.

Many do not consider the importance of the type of bread that on uses, but it is very important to the process. How should one go about choosing the type of bread that is to be used? More or less, it depends on personal favor, which type of bread one uses. Some prefer White bread over others; However, there still remain a few other choices. There is also, Wheat bread, Rye bread, and of course, if these breads are homemade, all the better.

Tubbs 2 Now that the choices of ingredients have been examined, we shall examine the tools that will be used in the production stage. The tool that one chooses will most likely be a butter knife.

Some would propound that the use of a tablespoon is more adequate in this process, but it remains to be proven. Some use the butter knife as a "˜shovel,' and tip the jar of peanut butter or jelly sideways, and almost pour it on the bread with the help of the knife.

Others will scoop it out of the jar and then apply it on the slices of bread, which is equally acceptable. To decide how thick one is to distribute the commodity upon the bread, depends on the amount of oxygen deprivation that one can endure. Some enjoy quite an amount of peanut butter on their sandwich, others may not enjoy it as much.

After analyzing the ingredients, on realizes the importance of considering all that goes into a peanut butter and jelly sandwich.