Storing Bread in the Refrigerator

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I use to throw away so much bread because it would get moldy. My kitchen stays warm even in the winter months. I now store it in the refrigerator and have ended the mold issues. The bread stays fresh and have had no problems. I also found that English muffins got moldy the fastest until I discovered taking them out of the paper tray and just leaving them in the plastic wrap. The paper tray keeps moisture in and causes mold so much faster. I now have no waste with them also.


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July 15, 20172 found this helpful

We freeze ours. Be sure to take as much air out of the bag as possible.

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July 14, 20191 found this helpful

Even better, put them in the freezer then just snap off two pieces or however many you need. They don't take long to defrost.

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July 12, 20200 found this helpful

We have been having a lot of trouble with moldy bread.
I was not sure about the refrigerator or the freezer method of storage.
Does the bread dry out quickly?

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