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    Default How do you store your bread?

    Currently my bread packets (sliced from supermarket) lives on the bench. For some reason bread in my house has never lived in a cupboard, although I don't know why this is....

    I am contemplating a bread tin to hide my bread and then I got to wondering what does everyone else do?
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    Our bread gets bought in bulk so primarily stored in the freezer. When I drag one out, the whole loaf goes in one meal so it's never sitting on the bench

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    A loaf usually lasts a couple of days around here unless chicken sandwiches are involved in which case it goes fairly quickly...

    I sometimes buy raisin bread and a different one for school lunches so sometimes I have 3 bags hanging around taking up space

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    We keep ours in the fridge out of necessity. The humidity means the bread sweats and goes mouldy within a day or two if we don't store it in the fridge. When we lived in a less humid climate it just went in the pantry.

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    I keep mine in the freezer and take a couple of slices out when needed.

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    In the pantry on a shelf and if we have any leftover it goes in the freezer.

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    Bread bin, on counter -top, in the fridge.
    We usually have more than one open at a time so there's not much space to keep it where it doesn't go mouldy fast.

    I often think that there has to be a better way for bigger families though.
    Some kind of storage that is functional but looks good too.

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    Freezer. We buy Bakers Delight and freeze the day it was made. It defrosts really well so I buy 4 loaves at a time and use as needed. We live rurally so it's not just a quick trip if we run out. Have to be a bit organised!

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    I buy in bulk with my shopping and store it in the freezer pulling out a loaf at a time which usually lasts a day and a half and it's stored in its packet sitting on top of the toaster

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    With the heat and humidity here, we store ours in the freezer. A loaf lasts us a week, so we take out as needed.


 

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