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I'm saying Bread Bin.
with a sliced loaf in the freezer for toast.
who puts bread in the fucking fridge?
Bread bin. Freezer at a stretch - say if you go on holiday and dont want it to get mouldy.
people who worry enough to put bread in the fridge clearly don't have enough going on in their lives
End of debate.
If you'd lived in the flat mum and I lived in through the summers of the late 80s and early 90s you'd understand it was a choice between putting it in the fridge or having mouldy bread after half a day.
In the normal course of events it's not necessary to put it in the fridge, however.
Fridge for sandwich bread, cupboard for freshly baked, unsliced bread that will all be consumed soon.
I tend to keep half a sliced loaf in the fridge for sandwiches etc, and half a sliced loaf in the freezer for toast. Then any unsliced or fresh bread in the bread bin.
don't bother with a spare in the freezer, the shops never seem to run out
Things that go in the fridge:
Milk, cheese, bacon
Things that don't:
onions as well
I think not.
Fridgies make me sick
my current tactic of bread buying has led me to use the fridge - I buy bread on it's last day of best before (so it's half price, so I can afford the good stuff) and keep it in the fridge at work - there's no freezer or I'd use that, and there's no other real storage in the tea room. I *could* keep it in a draw in my workroom, but then I lean towards the fridge due to the fressh factor.
I know about condensation, but I've been doing this for about 2 months and the bread tastes absolutely fine.
with another bag round it in the cupboard.
Keeps it moist like.
I know she's out there circling like a neurotic defrost denying shark.
There's no reason to keep bread in the fridge. It's strange. Everyone knows that. It's not required for me to point it out.
kidnap you and place you in a room with no escape, entirely surrounded by thousands of loaves of FROZEN BREAD AHAHAHAHAHA
of course, a loaf a bread only lasts 0.8 days in our household which isnt enough time to see the moldings
put that shit in the cupboard
Bread just goes on the side.....
WHAT WOULD YOU DO THEN
WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO NOW POCKETMOUSE
My kitchen goes wall, stove, sink, fridge, wall. Tiny.
She's an American so OBVIOUSLY she eats at the local diner three times per day where the wisecracking middle aged waitress knows here by name and pours her a coffee the instant she walks through the door.
Or bartender getting off the last shift.
I clear off a bit of my desk when I want to make things, and also utilize my stool as a surface area while sitting on the bed. It makes me feel like a slob. I might get a little table soon and then I could use that, and also have a proper surface to eat off of.!!!
goes on the side.
Things that have long lives go in cupboards.
Is that what you keep in your cupboards PocletMouse, nuclear waste?
Right next to the spaghetti hoops? Hey? Well, is it?
Real healthy, real healthy.
than one of Greg's cold sore scabs.
if I thought she might, I'd cancel all my evening plans until the series is over.
Anyone is a fucking fool who will be first against the wall when the revolution comes.
I just leave it on the side. I might buy a bread bin at some point.
On my desk.
do they? Bread bin for the win.
rather than a bin, which is kind of ineffectual, because when you buy bread with that stupid punctured cellophane around it [e.g. baguettes], it goes hard within a day. i don't know why they use that cellophane. really annoying. anyway. i daresay if our bread basket had a lid, things would be better, but it doesn't, so they aren't.
but on the side mostly.
which is on top of our fridge. well, technically the freezer, cos the freezer bit of the fridge/freezer is on top of the fridge.
it then gets forgotten about and goes mouldy. stupid bread bin.
A big tupperware-type airtight box for bread/baked products.
This box goes in the cupboard.
at university/halls in the fridge, because I'm the only person eating the loaf and it goes mouldy otherwise.
only toast, so it doesn't matter that the bread is cold. Keeping it in the fridge does dry it out a bit though.