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    I'll do toasted stuff with it but not sandwiches.
    Do you freeze milk in trays? So you get cubes?

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    We go through a loaf a day, so no need to freeze. I do freeze raisin toast for DS2 though. He's the only one who eats it, so I freeze it so it doesnt go yuck.

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    We eat a lot of bread so don't freeze it. I have eaten bread from the freezer before but I prefer to toast it.

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    I freeze ours, we go through a loaf or more a day so its easier buying a few loaves and freezing them. Tbh I dont notice a difference unless its been in the freezer a while which it rarely is.

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    Yep I can definitely tell the difference for fresh sandwiches and that sort of thing but cannot tell for toast. We do freeze it as we aren't big bread eaters and probably go through a loaf a month.

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    I grew up with all bread going into the freezer the day it was bought. DP and I keep bread out, unless we have heaps.

    I think there's a huge difference between fresh bread and frozen... but not between frozen bread and bread that's a couple of days old. I think both are best used for toast.

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    I shocked and amazed everyone at a BBQ we had when they were all raving about how fresh the rolls were. I'd frozen them earlier in the week and thawed out that day! We had to freeze bread as the shops were 18km away.

    My tips for freezing bread:
    Only freeze super-fresh bread.
    Use a chest freezer if possible. Most frost free freezers defrost slightly all the time. This doesn't impact much on high liquid foods, but the bread can almost completely defrost then refreeeze time and again.
    Don't expose it to air when defrosting. Either defrost the whole loaf in its bag or place the slices you need in a smaller bag/container.
    Allow it to defrost naturally, don't microwave.
    Choose soft crust loaves and rolls. You will lose that crustiness in the freezer.

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    I can tell the difference, but it doesn't bother me enough to stop freezing our bread. Otherwise we just can't eat it fast enough!

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    People freeze milk? Why? To defrost and use at a later date? I've only heard of people freezing breast milk.

    Sorry OP off topic

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    I've never noticed a difference


 

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