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    Default Frozen bread

    Personally can't stand bread that's been frozen, but apparently others can't tell the difference.
    Is there a difference?

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    I think there's a difference. But my DH loves to freeze it. I'd rather just buy a fresh loaf every second day.

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    I don't mind frozen bread for toast ,toasted sandwiches & garlic bread but prefer fresh for sandwiches, not sure if I could actually tell the difference though

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    We only eat bread from a bakery and it doesn't freeze well. My parents buy a particular supermarket bread (I can't remember which brand) because they don't finish a loaf fast enough and that freezes fine, I have no issue eating it.

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    I can't tell the difference. We freeze the bread otherwise it is stale before we eat it. I even freeze premade sandwiches for lunches.

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    I only use frozen bread to make toast or croutons, I can tell the difference (or at least I think I can..)

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    I wont freeze bread as i would rather just buy it everyday. There is definately a difference between fresh and frozen bread. Same with milk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Myztiks#1Fan View Post
    I wont freeze bread as i would rather just buy it everyday. There is definately a difference between fresh and frozen bread. Same with milk.

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    I think it depends on what kind of bread it is. Some freezes better than others.

    I'm happy to eat defrosted bread from the freezer for a sandwich as long as it still has a nice fresh texture. I mostly eat my bread in toast form though, so in that case it doesn't matter at all.

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    I have to freeze bread because we just don't finish it while it's still fresh, however I only ever use frozen bread to make toast. It tastes fine once toasted.
    For a fresh, soft sandwich I wouldn't thaw it out, I'd buy a new loaf. I don't really eat sandwiches though, so when I do I buy a nice rye loaf or fresh rolls.

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