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Now that you have made your pumpkin bread, what are you going to do with it. Of course one of my favorite things to do on the holidays is to make baked goods for my friends and family to give for them. So what are some ideas for giving away your bread? Well of course you want to have it wrapped. So one of the best ways is just wrapping it in some aluminum foil this way. You are going to keep it air tight so it stays for a while at least long enough for you to give to to whomever the lucky recipient is. When you're wrapping it up to give it a nice neater look, you want to fold the top over just a little bit so you have a nice seam across the top. Then you're going to fold the ends in a bit so kind of like you are wrapping a package. Anyway foil works best for something like a loaf bread because it's going, it already has a shape to it and you are going to want to have something that is going to keep the air out of it. You want to keep it sealed. You can also use saran wrap but if you use saran wrap, then you can't stick it in the freezer. This way if you bake it in advance, then you can put it in the freezer until the day that you are ready to give it away. If you use saran wrap, you got to give it the day that you finish it so you have it wrapped in foil which of course, it's a nice shiny silver holiday color. You probably want to also add some ribbon so you can just wrap it up in ribbon and tie it with a bow or you can wrap it double and then you have a nice package. All you need is a gift tag. You don't even need to stick into a gift bag. Just put a tag on it and give it as is and most of your friends and family would be thrilled to receive such a warm caring package from your home.

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