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    • A question often asked when dealing with bread andbaked goods is what is the proper means for storing the product so it stays fresh and safe for consumption? Without proper storage, your baked goods risk going stale faster or worse, being a hostto food borne illness. We are going to discuss some methods to ensure you and your family can enjoy your bread in its freshest state for as long as possible.internet
    • We always recommend that any baked good including bread betightly wrapped in plastic wrap or aluminum foil This is veryimportant as to protect it from direct outside air contact We alsosuggest placing it in an airtight bag or an inverted bowl if necessaryThe goal is to prevent exposure to the air which causes the bread tostale due to loss of moisture Any exposed part of the bread will soonbecome stale and unappealing
    • We have found that the freezer is the best place to store bakedproducts that will not be consumed immediately However, there isone small hurdle you need to clear with placing baked goods in thefreezer: Freezer Burn The general rule is that the quicker youfreezer freezes the baked good, the less damage you will doFreezers that are not self-defrosting keep foods longer and withoutas many problems (freezer burn, frost, etc
    • ) than those that are not Thats because the food doesnt have to gothrough constant freezing and quick thawing cycles to prevent icebuildup in the freezer Despite popular opinion, placing your bread in
    • the refrigerator actually speeds up the staling process Science hasconcluded that the staling process takes place faster at the coolertemperature of a refrigerator than at room temperature
    • For long term storage, freeze the bread for up to 2 - 3 monthsEither eat it or freeze it! The rule of thumb is that if any baking recipecontains a perishable ingredient, it needs to be refrigerated Thatincludes cheesecakes, custard or internet cakes with filled or frostedwith whipped cream and other perishable recipes When servingperishable food, bacteria that cause food borne illness cancontaminate such food if left out a room temperature
    • Scientists have found that after 2 hours at room temperature,bacteria can multiply on foods to high enough levels to cause illnessEveryone should avoid perishable foods, which are not kept eithercold (or hot) Cold foods are safe if dept cold (below 40 degrees F)nestled in bowls of ice or replaced often from the refrigerator (Hotfoods kept hot (above 140 degrees F) in a chafing dish, slow cooker,or warming trays
    • ) There you have it guys Ensure you store your bread properly andyou will be able to enjoy fresh great tasting bread much longerRemember the rule: Eat it or freeze it! No refrigerator unless it hasperishable ingredients
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