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Table of Contents:
- What is the best way to keep homemade bread fresh?
- How do you keep homemade bread from drying out?
- Does bread mold faster in a bread box?
- What kind of bread box is best for homemade bread?
- Should a bread box be airtight?
What is the best way to keep homemade bread fresh?
The takeaway: If you're storing bread for a day or two at room temperature, plastic or foil (rather than cloth) are the best options. You can certainly wrap your bread in plastic wrap or a reusable wrap.
How do you keep homemade bread from drying out?
No matter what you do, bread will go stale if you keep it at room temperature. The best way to preserve freshness is by freezing. To get the most out of your bread, cut the loaf in half, wrap one half tightly in plastic wrap, and freeze it (that portion will be good for up to one month).
Does bread mold faster in a bread box?
If you keep it on your kitchen counter, bread will mold at exactly the same pace—whether or not it is in a bread box. Of course if you make your own and skip the preservatives, the bread will mold even faster.
What kind of bread box is best for homemade bread?
Stainless steel: Often modern in design, stainless steel bread boxes are durable and easy to keep clean. Ceramic: Ceramic bread boxes are excellent at keeping your bread moist. They are aesthetically pleasing but also heavy and easier to break.
Should a bread box be airtight?
Hot bread should not be put in a sealed container until it cools because the steam will cause dampness, which in turn can cause mold to grow more quickly. A little air is not a concern—hence why bread boxes usually have air holes—but too much air will cause bread to dry out.
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