When a sandwich does not contain meat and thus is not a sandwich. Peanut Butter and Jelly and Grilled Cheese do fall under the category of sandwich and are the only exceptions. This is because 1. Peanuts can be considered a meat, and 2.Grilled Cheese does not traditionally contain vegetables. Besides these two examples, a meatless sandwich is considered salad on bread. This is oft a hotly debated topic
Why didn't you get a real sandwich? That looks like salad on bread!
by Thomas Joslin October 29, 2006
When a sandwich does not contain meat and thus is not a sandwich. Peanut Butter and Jelly and Grilled Cheese do fall under the category of sandwich and are the only exceptions. This is because 1. Peanuts can be considered a meat, and 2.Grilled Cheese does not traditionally contain vegetables. Besides these two examples, a meatless sandwich is considered salad on bread. This is oft a hotly debated topic
Why didn't you get a real sandwich? That looks like salad on bread!
by Thomas Joslin October 29, 2006
A sandwich that does not contain meat and thus is not considered a sandwich. Salad on Bread is often served in over priced hippie establisments and are revered by hipster doofus's. Peanut Butter and Jelly and Grilled Cheese are the only two meatless sandwiches that are not considered Salad on Bread. Besides these two examples, any meatless sandwich is considered salad on bread. This is oft a hotly debated topic

Why didn't you get a real sandwich? That looks like salad on bread!
by Thomas Joslin October 31, 2006

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