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    Default Re: Where do you store your bread (and other baked goods)?

    ^^ Hehehe. I was listening to the owner of probably the best bread bakery in Vancouver (Terra breads) the other day and she said the quickest way to make bread go stale is to put it in the fridge. She said it is much better to put it in the freezer and take it out as you need it. You can either lightly toast it, or microwave it for a few seconds. It won't work that well for crusty bread but it's OK for the rest.

    I don't eat that much bread but my hubby does and he still insists on keeping it in the fridge. Why, I have no idea.
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    Default Re: Where do you store your bread (and other baked goods)?

    In the downstairs freezer..along side the ziplok bags of cat meat.
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    ^^ LOL. I actually do freeze raw meat for my cats -- elk, venison and buffalo.

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    Default Re: Where do you store your bread (and other baked goods)?

    Quote Originally Posted by pacific breeze
    ^^ LOL. I actually do freeze raw meat for my cats -- elk, venison and buffalo.

    Somehow I don't think that's the type of "cat meat" Sojiita was talking about.

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    I know...LOL.

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    Default Re: Where do you store your bread (and other baked goods)?

    does it taste like chicken?

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    Ok am I the only person who thinks keeping bread in the fridge is weird?

    We've got a drawer in our kitchen that we all keep our loaves of bread in; my housemates and I would share but one will only eat "light" bread like weight watchers, one loves crusty white bread, and I like wholemeal or granary, so we usually buy our own loaves, but nick other people's when your own mouldy. Sol ong as I keep it tied up in the bag, my loaf usually lasts a week, which considering we're all students, is a v long time

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    I used to keep my bread in a cupboard but the shock of opening the bag to find a furry, green block just got too much for me so I started keeping it in the fridge tied up.

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