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    A minor difference yes, but not if I make toast. If I want a nice sandwich I'll keep a loaf on the bench and freeze the rest.

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    Great for toast not not sandwiches. I'll happily use a 'fresh' loaf until I spot mould but DF will only have fresh bread baked that day, day 2 onwards it must be toasted. So feckin' fussy.

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    I usually freeze bread the day I buy it, and only bring out what I need. The reason we freeze is because we take ages to go through a loaf, and secondly because in our climate it gets stale/mouldy a lot quicker.

    I really can't tell any difference, but nothing beats fresh bread if you can have it fresh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by callmedragon22 View Post
    Great for toast not not sandwiches. I'll happily use a 'fresh' loaf until I spot mould but DF will only have fresh bread baked that day, day 2 onwards it must be toasted. So feckin' fussy.
    Can we still be friends if I say I'm like your DF? Haha

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    I think our freezer is too cold as it freeze burns the bottom side of the loaf. I always freeze breadrolls, hotdog rolls and fruit loaf...they turn out fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by peanutmonkey View Post
    Can we still be friends if I say I'm like your DF? Haha
    😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😂😭😭😭

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    I only use frozen bread for toast. I can taste the difference when it's used for sandwiches, so can my kids. If I want a sandwich, which is rare, I need a fresh loaf. And it has to be super fresh, no 3 day old bread for me, yuck.

    I'm not a brand snob though. 85 cent supermarket bread all the way here!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonja View Post
    I think bakers delight bread is awful. I think it's like saying I won't eat at McDonalds but sizzler is posh. I am a supreme inner city melbourne bread snob. If given a choice I only eat sourdough bread without any additives. I used to get involved in debates about the use of ascorbic acid in bread. Now I can't access it as easily and my kids don't appreciate it I buy abbott bread. I won't eat it though.
    Are you in Melb? (Only because I know of an amazing new Italian bakery), but I thought you were in WA
    Last edited by 2BlueBirds; 12-11-2014 at 05:28.


 

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