Too Many Options

There is a sandwich shop in my area that sells various types of bread and ingredients. The number of the variety of bread and the number of the variety of ingredients to choose differ by one.

I am told that if I want exactly one specific bread and one specific ingredient, then the total possible choices that I have is in between 40 and 50.

What is the sum of the total number of the variety of bread and the total number of the variety of ingredients to choose from?

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