Use Your Oven Rack for Perfect Bread Slices

When slicing bread, I open my oven door, pull out the rack and place the unsliced bread on the rack. I put a tea towel on the open door, under the bread, to catch the crumbs that fall through the rack. Then I slice the bread, using the rack as a spacing guide, cutting between each rack slot. Perfect slices every time!

Source: Me, who can't cut bread straight!

By Catastrofy from Winnipeg, Canada

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July 14, 20090 found this helpful

What an incredible tip. You are pretty smart :)

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July 14, 20090 found this helpful

I love it.

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July 15, 20090 found this helpful

So great. My measure-knife broke after about 15 years and now my bread slice go from 1/4" to 3" in the same slice. Hurrah. Thank you.

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February 19, 20110 found this helpful

What a clever tip! Thanks so much for sharing. I am known in my home to have a crooked eye...lol..this will be a great help.

Gods Blessings.

Trish in CT

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