How to Make Bread Last Longer

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There are a couple of ways to help make bread last longer before mold starts to set in; they include seal-lock bags, not plastic bread boxes that retain moisture. Get the most out of a loaf with help from a culinary arts expert in this free video on making bread last.

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Hi, I'm Peter Dryden, and I'm going to show you how to make bread last longer. Things you will need: bread, Ziploc bags and refrigerator. The first thing you want to do is store the bread at room temperature in its original packaging. After the bread has been sitting out for two to three days, place it into a Ziploc bag. Make sure to press out any air in the bag and seal it tightly. You want to avoid plastic bread boxes. This will retain moisture and cause the bread to mold. Now, place the bread into the refrigerator. It should keep for up to one week. If you don't use the bread in a week, place it in the freezer. Bread will keep in the freezer for several months. And that is how you make bread last longer


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