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  • Sounds good..hope it's safe. It would save a lot of food waste
  • April 2, 1863. Never forget.
  • Or you could just put it in the fridge, lazy. It'll last like a month.
  • A good friend of mine always used to say "mold is just god's way of telling you that you better eat that shiat before it goes bad on you".

    /he is still alive at 80+
    //what doesn't kill you.....
  • sara lee bread. dont know what they put in it but it really lasts a long time.
  • FTA: Food waste is a massive problem in most developed countries. In the US, figures released this year suggest that the average American family throws away 40% of the food they purchase

    I'm going to assume this is an example of the 'average' being skewed by a small number of overachievers. Because, wow.
  • DayeOfJustice: Or you could just put it in the fridge, lazy. It'll last like a month.



    Bread goes stale quicker in the fridge, you dolt.

    Why do you think breadbins exist?
  • Bungles: DayeOfJustice: Or you could just put it in the fridge, lazy. It'll last like a month.


    Bread goes stale quicker in the fridge, you dolt.

    Why do you think breadbins exist?


    Mine lasts fine. I've literally not seen any mold on my wheat bread for the years I've done it (Bananas work too. The peel goes bad but the innards seem to last a little longer). What kind of bread are you eating that gets moldy in the fridge? Actually, what kind of fridge do you have?
  • DayeOfJustice: Bungles: DayeOfJustice: Or you could just put it in the fridge, lazy. It'll last like a month.


    Bread goes stale quicker in the fridge, you dolt.

    Why do you think breadbins exist?

    Mine lasts fine. I've literally not seen any mold on my wheat bread for the years I've done it (Bananas work too. The peel goes bad but the innards seem to last a little longer). What kind of bread are you eating that gets moldy in the fridge? Actually, what kind of fridge do you have?




    Your bread isn't going moldy, it's going stale. Bread retains that fresh softness that it has when you first buy it for over a week or so in a breadbin. Put it in the fridge, and it's that denser, harder, less pleasant type of bread in about 5 or 6 hours.

    The miracle of starch bonds! They don't like the cold. You are unnecessarily making your bread not as it was intended to be eaten.

    If you only eat toast, and not plain bread in sandwiches or whatever, it doesn't really matter. You can freeze bread and it still makes good toast.
  • White bread makes you fatter.
  • generallyso: FTA: Food waste is a massive problem in most developed countries. In the US, figures released this year suggest that the average American family throws away 40% of the food they purchase

    I'm going to assume this is an example of the 'average' being skewed by a small number of overachievers. Because, wow.


    I have heard that 90% of items bought under $50 get thrown away within 6 months.

    It`s a systemic issue, not just a food issue.
  • dready zim: generallyso: FTA: Food waste is a massive problem in most developed countries. In the US, figures released this year suggest that the average American family throws away 40% of the food they purchase

    I'm going to assume this is an example of the 'average' being skewed by a small number of overachievers. Because, wow.

    I have heard that 90% of items bought under $50 get thrown away within 6 months.

    It`s a systemic issue, not just a food issue.




    So everything should have a fixed minimum price of $50. TA DA! Problem solved! Forever. FOREVER!
  • fta... the average American family throws away 40% of the food they purchase - which adds up to $165bn (£102bn) annually.

    i think this is absolutely bullshiate unless they count the kernel of corn you left on your plate because you didn't tongue the plate clean, you left a sliver of chicken on that leg bone, and you didn't rinse the empty tomato soup can with a tiny bit of water to get all the concentrate your spoon couldn't reach and add it to your bowl. i throw away absolutely nothing. if i had a loaf of bread go moldy or a bag of chips go stale i'd be mad as hell at myself. do any of you throw away 40% of the food you buy?
  • Bungles: dready zim: generallyso: FTA: Food waste is a massive problem in most developed countries. In the US, figures released this year suggest that the average American family throws away 40% of the food they purchase

    I'm going to assume this is an example of the 'average' being skewed by a small number of overachievers. Because, wow.

    I have heard that 90% of items bought under $50 get thrown away within 6 months.

    It`s a systemic issue, not just a food issue.



    So everything should have a fixed minimum price of $50. TA DA! Problem solved! Forever. FOREVER!


    Meh.

    I blame those that get discouraged.

    /stop being fat
  • starlost: fta... the average American family throws away 40% of the food they purchase - which adds up to $165bn (£102bn) annually.

    i think this is absolutely bullshiate unless they count the kernel of corn you left on your plate because you didn't tongue the plate clean, you left a sliver of chicken on that leg bone, and you didn't rinse the empty tomato soup can with a tiny bit of water to get all the concentrate your spoon couldn't reach and add it to your bowl. i throw away absolutely nothing. if i had a loaf of bread go moldy or a bag of chips go stale i'd be mad as hell at myself. do any of you throw away 40% of the food you buy?



    And if those people stopped wasting food, the economic impact would re-crash the economy...
  • MMMMMMMMgggrrhmmmmmm (homer drooling sounds)...microwaved, 60-day-old bread!!
  • bake it fresh or eat it. Its freaking bread. Empty calories. chances are youre eating too much of it already...
  • Hopefully its better than the french toast mattress that comes in MRE's, saliva not included.
  • Call it magic microwave technology and it's acceptable. Call it what it is and it is not?
  • porterm: sara lee bread. dont know what they put in it but it really lasts a long time.


    So does Roman Meal.
  • My Aunt was frugal. She kept bread in her gas oven with the pilot light on. The temperature in there was always about 125-140 F The bread was wrapped in plastic from the store and tied with a twist tie. The bread never went stale or moldy.

    The bread tasted like fresh baked always. Wonder why no one has ever marketed a warm bread keeper?
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  • Sub Human: My Aunt was frugal. She kept bread in her gas oven with the pilot light on. The temperature in there was always about 125-140 F The bread was wrapped in plastic from the store and tied with a twist tie. The bread never went stale or moldy.

    The bread tasted like fresh baked always. Wonder why no one has ever marketed a warm bread keeper?


    If she was continuously maintaining an oven temperature of 120, she wasn't frugal at all. You don't get that from just the pilot.
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