Spread about half of it on a slice of GOOD bread. Whole-grain is our style, and our favorite (available in Maryland area health food stores and/or co-ops) is Dorthea's (pref: honey wheat or oat bran plus). This particular brand of homemade style bread can really make this sammitch out-of-this-world mmm mmm good.
Add a big pile of alfalfa sprouts (or what ever kind you like, orlettuce), a generous blob of salsa (I love Millina's Finest), a slice of REAL tomato (I don't bother if they aren't good - get them from a garden or health food store or roadside stand; I've never seen a good tomato in a regular grocery). For an extra special treat, add a layer of sushi nori (cut or rip one sheet into quarters and use one piece). On your other slice of bread you can add some nice mustard or salad dressing or eggless mayo (I insist it be eggless if you use my recipe as chickens who are kept to lay (commercial) eggs live in misery and torture!). Slap that sammitch together, put it on a plate, set it up on its side, and lean over to take a bite. This is the traditional way to eat it in our show as it is much too drippy from the salsa to pick up.
Enjoy the tastiest sammitch in the world!
Yay! Love, Gina