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How Do I Keep and Store my Bread?

You can store your bread in a breadbox, muslin bag, or a paper bag loosely covered with a plastic bag (not sealed) at room temperature. If sealed, the moisture from the inside of the loaf will soften the crust. The bread will keep for one-two days at room temperature. After that, it's best eaten reheated in an oven or toaster (and should be frozen if you plan on keeping it for more than a day or two. Place in a freezer-safe bag or wrap well with aluminum to reduce the chance of freezer burn).

Pre-slicing the loaf before freezing is another great way to have a quick toasted slice of bread! If you freeze it whole, let the bread defrost for a couple of hours, and then reheat (wrapped in aluminum) in a 300 degree oven (time will vary). You can take the foil off for the last 10 minutes to crisp the crust.

Many of our other products freeze well also, such as babka, loaf cakes, and even pastry such as croissant. These can also be defrosted, and then popped in the oven for a few minutes. Similar to breads, you can wrap them in foil to allow them to heat through, and then remove the foil for the last few minutes.