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Find a good dinner roll recipe that states it will freeze well. Cut the rolls and place one dinner's amount inside a wax paper pocket and insert into a freezer zipper bag.
Tomorrow, this weekend, next week, you just pull out one of the bundles to thaw. You don't have a big frozen blob of dough to fight with and you don't handle all the rolls by trying to pull apart just enough for tonight.
By Kelli from Sentani, Indonesia
When buying breads and rolls, I put serving sizes in small plastic zipper bags and freeze. When we eat the bread I return the empty bag to the freezer to be used over and over. This saves money and since there is only two of us in my family, that allows us to have a variety of fresh breads without being wasteful.
By Fay from Argo, AL
Buying in bulk can be a great way to save money on staple items like bread. To prevent spoilage, excess bread can be placed in the freezer. This is a guide about buy and freeze bread in bulk.
I can have fresh French Bread anytime! Buy loaves of French Bread at your grocery store (ask for those right out of the oven). Insert fresh bread, without paper wrappers, into Zip Lock plastic bags and suck out excess air to shrink wrap them. Put in Freezer.
When ready for bread, remove a bag, cut off desired amount (use a bread knife and cutting board because it will be frozen). Leave on counter at room temperature for 10 minutes. Bread will be soft and "fresh". Heat as desired.
Source: Co-worker's Asian grandmother
By ShyBlonde from Dublin, CA
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Can you freeze Holland Rusks and how long will they last? Thanks.
How long can you freeze bread for and what is the best way to wrap it for freezing?
By C Fitz from Ireland
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|Living about 35 miles away from the nearest grocery store, we usually buy three loaves of bread at a time and put it in the freezer until we're ready to use it. To make them last longer we individually wrap each loaf (still in it's original packaging) in the plastic grocery store bag we brought them home in. This seems to insulate the loaves from freezer burn. When we need a loaf, we take it out of the grocery store bag and lay the loaf upside down on the counter to thaw. This seems to help the edges of the bread slices to not be too dried out.|
By Sharon in Texas
|I keep all kinds of bread and rolls in my freezer..First thing I do after bringing home is to open the wrappers, useing a long handle wooden or plastic spoon, is run a papper towel on the top and bottom of the item...Carefully remove all air possible and reclose the wrapper...Then freeze...After removing from freezer, thaw completely before opening. You will never know it was frozen..|
|By Opal (Guest Post)|
|When I take the bread out of the freezer, I put it on a cookie cooling rack. This circulates the air all around it and when the bread thaws it is very fresh with no hard edges.|
|By Nancy (Guest Post)|