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Freezing Banana Bread

Cut the whole loaf into serving sized pieces. Butter one side or skip this step if you don't butter yours. Cut each slice in half and fold over (if buttered), butter sides in. Wrap each one in Saran Wrap then put the entire sliced loaf into a freezer container. Or freeze until solid on a cookie sheet then pop into a freezer bag.

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Now you can take out just what you need with no waste or chance of the bread going mouldy.

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We can't always eat an entire batch of banana bread before it starts to dry out or mold. Knowing this ahead of time means I can wrap up part of the batch and freeze it for later instead of having to throw it away.

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We can't always eat an entire batch of banana bread before it starts to dry out or mold.

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