An Homage to Fromage
Back in mid-2010, Subway announced that it would begin tessellating cheese on sandwiches, instead of their traditional cheese orientation. Here’s Gawker’s report on the subject.
You will measure your life before and after this moment. After years of merely overlapping triangular pieces of cheese on their sandwiches, cruelly loading one side with more than the other, Subway will now tessellate the slices, according to Consumerist.
Well I’m here to tell you that cheese tessellation compliance is spotty. I’m not sure whether it is dependent on the franchise or on the artist crafting my sandwiches, but I would say that unscientifically, I’ve been getting a 0.4 tessellation factor on my sandwiches, across all of the Subways in my sample set – approximately 2.