From Copycat Recipe Guide
The fast food chain Subway has developed plenty of submarine sandwich varieties over the years. One of the company's signature items is its freshly baked bread, which is prepared in the restaurants each day. At Subway, customers can order sandwiches that feature vegetables, meats, or fish and then choose the specific toppings they like. Along with its traditional menu, Subway also features a kids' menu and a breakfast menu for early risers. 
|Company owned by||Doctor's Associates, Inc.|
|Company headquarters||Milford, Connecticut|
|Types of recipes||Bread, sandwiches, salads, desserts|
|Special diets||Vegetarian and low calorie sandwich and salad options available|
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Keeping Subway Bread Soft
Subway rolls are soft and light. They do not have a crisp crust like baguettes; the texture is similar to commercial white bread. In order to get the same soft, light texture at home, you need to keep the oven temperature low, and make sure you don't overcook them. Since oven temperatures vary, it's a good idea to use an oven thermometer to make sure your oven does not rise above 350 while baking the Subway bread.
Like its bread recipes, Subway typically relies on a basic sandwich recipe, which is then modified according to each customer's preference. All of the sandwiches come with a list of optional vegetable and condiment toppings, including lettuce, tomato, onion, pickle, and sweet peppers. Condiments typically include mayonnaise, mustard, oil, vinegar, and special sauces such as Sweet Onion Teriyaki sauce or Marinara sauce.
The ingredients are pre-sliced, to make assembly easier. To duplicate a Subway sandwich, you'll want to make sure that your lettuce is shredded, and the vegetables are sliced very thinly, the way they are in the restaurant.
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