Ever have some food item that you want to freeze but you are just not sure if it freezes well? Check out this huge list of what you can freeze and then you will always know if you can or can’t freeze an item. I know a lot of people won’t freeze bread because it doesn’t freeze well. The problem is it doesn’t thaw well. The moisture in the bread has a tendency to make the bread soggy and it just doesn’t taste good after freezing. Well with this little tip you can buy that bread when it’s on sale and freeze it and when it thaws you won’t be able to tell it was ever frozen.
The tip is to open the bag the loaf of bread is in and add a half of a paper napkin or paper towel, then put the twist tie back on and into the freezer it goes. When you thaw it out leave the paper in the bag and it will absorb the water as it thaws but and the bread will remain moist not soggy. This works on regular loaves of sandwich bread, white or wheat.
It doesn’t work on french or italian type breads. I think it’s because they don’t have enough moisture. But for sandwich bread it works perfectly and as I said if you freeze it with the paper inside the bag when you thaw it you won’t be able to tell that it is any different from the day you bought it. Andreadekker has the huge list of foods that you can freeze.andreadekker.com
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