Where do you store your bread?
Refrigerator. It is too hot right now to keep it out as it spoils too fast.
A cut loaf gets stored in my breadbox, otherwise in the freezer till needed. Never in the refrigerator. The frost-free factor in modern refrigerators makes bread dry out and taste yucky.
freezer if i have an extra loaf. On top of the toaster for the loaf we are currently using.
In an open wicker basket above my microwave.
On the counter with the bagels =)
Unless I am making something like Monte Cristos or BLT's and I make a loaf specifically for that, we rarely have actual sandwich bread anymore. I make hamburger buns and freeze them. We pull them out for sandwiches or any other bun/bread related dish as needed. It is easier and no fear of going bad, which was often an issue when I would make a loaf.
I think the fridge makes it get stale faster, something to do with the starches breaking down sooner? My gram said pantry best.
Good to know!
Quoting SweetLuci: A cut loaf gets stored in my breadbox, otherwise in the freezer till needed. Never in the refrigerator. The frost-free factor in modern refrigerators makes bread dry out and taste yucky.
We have one of those breadboxes built into the cabinet. I store a loaf there and then have several in the freezer. Since most of our bread is eaten toasted like for breakfast or as a hot sandwich it works really well.
Airtight/watertight Tupperware Bread Server. :)
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