in the oven


There is nothing better than a freshly baked loaf of bread. It's frustrating to bake a delicious loaf of bread, only for it to lose its fluffy texture. When it comes to reheating, you can enjoy your bread as if it was just made!

Fresh bread can be kept at room temperature on the counter if it'll be enjoyed within a few days. It's best to keep it in a paper bag!

Bread freezes really well but needs to be double wrapped. First, cover it in parchment paper or foil. Then add it to ziploc or plastic wrap and freeze it away from the door to keep it consistently frozen.

Reheating a loaf of bread produces the best results so the moisture stays tucked inside and then you can slice off a warm piece. Preheat oven to 350 and wrap the bread in foil so it doesn't burn. 

Heat the loaf for 15 minutes. If you're reheating slices of bread, use foil and let it heat for 5-10 min.

While you can reheat bread in a microwave, it's not the preferred method because it dries out the bread and make it rock hard.

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