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    Straight in the freezer for store bought bread. Then take out slices as needed. When I make bread most is gone in the first day then toast the next day.

    I'm actually surprised by this thread and how many people keep it on the bench/cupboard!

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    Freezer or fridge

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    Thanks everyone!! I might try to make room in my pantry as things go in to my freezer but never seem to make it out 😳

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    Bread bin on top of the microwave. We halve the loaf half in freezer half in bread bin

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    Freezer until required, then bread bin on the kitchen counter.

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    Cupboard but of summer the fridge because of the heat

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    Mine is stored in a bread bin on my bench
    We are a family of 6 atm so we go through a loaf a day
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    Kitchen bench but hubs has a habit of jamming it in the fridge. I can't stand fridge bread!

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    In the freezer as we only have toast and don't go through a lot of bread, I'm sure it'll change once we have bub who will be eating sandwiches.


 

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