How can I make my homemade bread last longer?
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).Aug 18, 2016
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