Yeah. I just freeze the whole bag, also. Take it out as I need it. If you don't want to toast it, then just pop into the microwave for a FEW seconds... My and my five year old can take as long as a week, sometimes TWO to eat a loaf of bread. We have wraps a lot of the time...
I freeze bread ALL the time. Put it in the freezer just as it comes. Take out one slice and toast, simple. You don't have to thaw it out unless you want to. You can also make a sandwich for school or work on frozen bread and it will thaw by lunch.
Edited by: GRACEISENUF at: 10/19/2009 (16:14)
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Today I went and bought some good looking breads. 1st one is; pepperidge farm whole grain oatmeal bread. 100 cals, no sat fatand only 110 sodium. 2nd oroweat whole grain 100% whole wheat. 90 cals, no sat fat with 190 sodium. Each are for one slice. I'm planning on having at least one slice (not of each) each day for breakfast. Now what I want to know is; how to store them. I was going to freeze half of each, so they don't go bad before I eat them. How do I do that? comments and oppinions?
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