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The best way to keep bread fresh in hot and humid temperatures

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Even a day after it’s baked, bread just doesn’t taste quite the same. A baker will tell you to just eat it as fast as you can. But failing that, what’s the best way to keep it fresh – fridge, plastic bag, bread bin? Counter to common practice in North America, food experts say it’s not usually a good idea to keep bread in the fridge, with one key exception: when outside temperatures and humidity are high. In that case, fresh bread belongs in a cool place, as it will help it from forming mould, says German nutrition expert Birgit Brendel. Keeping it in the fridge may cause the loaf to turn stal…

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