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PostPosted: February 17 08, 7:48 pm 
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Sorry for the lame question, but we've been freezing our bread because we're sick of it getting moldy in a week. What's the best way to thaw bread?


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PostPosted: February 17 08, 7:51 pm 
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take it out of the freezer...put in fridge


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Let it get warm.


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I warm refrigerated bread by toasting it on a the stove with butter...

My parents always used the microwave.


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PostPosted: February 17 08, 7:56 pm 
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TimeForGuinness wrote:
take it out of the freezer...put in fridge


How long does it take to thaw that way?


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PostPosted: February 17 08, 7:59 pm 
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planet pujolsian wrote:
TimeForGuinness wrote:
take it out of the freezer...put in fridge


How long does it take to thaw that way?


I dunno...I would guess 18-24 hours...I usually do it before I go to bed, and it's pretty thawed when I make sandwiches in the morning. I usually keep a loaf in the fridge...keeps fresh longer.


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We just take it out of the freezer and place it on a counter. It thaws in a matter of hours.

If you need a couple of slices in a hurry, just use the thaw setting on the microwave, or the thaw setting on a newfangled toaster.


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sighyoung wrote:
If you need a couple of slices in a hurry, just use the thaw setting on the microwave, or the thaw setting on a newfangled toaster.


...or put it over a vent and turn the furnace temperature waaaay up


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TimeForGuinness wrote:
sighyoung wrote:
If you need a couple of slices in a hurry, just use the thaw setting on the microwave, or the thaw setting on a newfangled toaster.


...or put it over a vent and turn the furnace temperature waaaay up


Or pant on it while exercising.


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I just keep my bread in the fridge; it stays good for over a week that way.


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