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1/17/11 8:22 A

Freeze it as soon as it cools. Thaw as needed. It will taste like fresh. I do this for almost everything I bake.

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1/14/11 12:07 P

Whenever I bake cookies, I always keep a slice of bread in the baggie or tupperware. Helps keep them from going stale.

SNARKYLEMON Posts: 214
1/14/11 8:45 A

How do you maintain a crispy finish to baked goods while storing them to keep fresh? I hate that when I make something it has just the right texture and flavor - but after storing for a day or more, the crisp exterior is mushy and limp. Sometimes it becomes downright soggy.

I read an article on NPR earlier this week about biscotti and saw that biscotti should be stored in tins - but what about things that need to have interior moisture still?

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