How To Store Bread In The Freezer

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"How to Store Bread in the freezer"

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How to store bread in the freezer.
I read this thing in the paper.
It was like, buy the best bread you can afford.
Buy it from a place where the deli will slice it for you.
And my market, I kinda, we know the deli guy
and I'm like, hey, can you, do you have a bread slicer?
So we put it back there and he slices it up every week.
And we put that in the freezer.
When you very first buy it, just eat like, you know,
with crackers and cheese and olive and spready things,
and roast vegetables or something.
And then freeze the rest,
sliced up in a gallon freezer bag.
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of a grilled cheese sandwich
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Buy the best bread you can afford.
Go to the deli.
Ask the guy or the, you have a nice lady.
I, you know, there are deli ladies for sure.
And ask 'em, hey, can you slice this up?
And take half of it home and eat it right there
and then freeze the rest in a freezer bag
and make grilled cheese sandwiches.
Put Hoppin Hot Sauce on it.
How to store bread in the freezer.
'Cause the thing about cutting it yourself
is like cutting a,
a levain bread or like a nice big loaf boule
of bread is,
takes some, you gotta have a real bread knife
and it makes a mess.
Like they can do it at the deli.
Just have them slice it.
Not too thin,
but they can slice it for you.
You don't want that drama.
That is how to store bread in the freezer.
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