Sandwiches may be the most perfect food ever created.

With infinite varieties and ingredients, the possibilities are truly endless — and endlessly delicious.

But not all sandwiches are created equal. There can be sloppy sandwiches, soggy sandwiches, and sandwiches that fall short of their true potential.

Luckily, there are some simple tips and tricks that will up your game and take your sandwich-making skills to the next level.

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Put your sandwich condiments like mayonnaise in condiment holders so your sandwich doesn't get prematurely soggy by lunch time.

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To keep wraps and burritos from falling apart, warm your tortilla before you start rolling everything together. Just for 10 seconds on each side in a pan, or quickly in the microwave you'll be surprised how well your wrap stays together.

Get bored easily? Try making the PB&J 2.0 sandwich with strawberry jam, honey, marshmallow fluff, two kinds of peanut butter, and Nutella. It's a different flavor with every bite!

Instead of butter, try making your grilled cheese with mayonnaise the ingredients break down into a delicious assortment of oil, egg, and seasoning.

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To beat soggy sandwiches, let your tomato slices rest on a paper towel while you're preparing the rest of your sandwich. Put them on last, and sprinkle with a little bit of salt (and pepper or herbs for added kick).

If you're making your own hoagie or submarine sandwich, only slice the baguette 3/4 of the way through so ingredients don't fall off while you're eating it. Hold with two hands.

In the morning, you can make a quick breakfast sandwich in a mug: Spray it with Pam, then add an egg, cheese, meat, veggies, and whatever else your heart desires. Microwave it for one minute, and then slide the contents onto a toasted bagel or piece of bread.

Or put all those ingredients in a muffin pan and heat in the oven to make a whole bunch of breakfast sandwiches that you can then freeze and save for quick microwaving.

If you're not a fan of crust, use a pizza cutter to easily swipe them off before you start making your sandwich.

Sloppy sandwiches are for losers, so make sure you get the order right. When you make your sandwich, think about what ingredients are "grippy" (like cheese) and which are slippery (like lettuce). Arrange it so your slippery and grippy ingredients are back to back so that the sandwich doesn't fall apart.

One of the easiest ways to make your sandwich better is to toast the bread or use a panini press. The cheese will melt and the bread will sop up all the delicious juices without disintegrating.

And the number one sandwich hack that will make everything better: Add bacon. You can never go wrong with bacon.

Want to see one of the hacks in action?

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