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Gone but not fogotten.
I don't really know that it serves a useful purpose & I've been thinking about getting rid of it. We could just as easily put bread in the cupboard.
I like the idea of using a small basket instead. It would take up a bit less space and the contents would be more visible (so that we remember to use up the last of the english muffins, etc. for example). Hmm.
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I love the way bread boxes look, but I just know I'd put something in there and out of site out of mind and I'd look in there and see a big moldy mess.
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One thing besides space to consider is if you purchase bread with preservatives or not since the more natural breads *have* to be refridgerated. Or perhaps your family goes through bread fast enough it might not matter!
Someone asked what the purpose of a bread box is; -for us it would be to free up some space in our fridge. We just moved into a house with a side by side fridge, and for some reason we just don't have enough room for all of our food. It just seems cramped.
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Natural bred does not have to be refrigerated. Ask the 65 000 inhabitants of France - their bread is preservative free and lives on counters and in drawers.
It takes us forever to go through bread since we don't eat it regularly. We just freeze it and put it out as necessary. A bread box wouldn't work for us either since we would probably keep the same loaf in their for a few months before we remembered it. Now we do keep fresh French bread and homemade breads out on the counter and consume it the same day. But that happens about twice a year.
I had a counter top bread bin once which was a beautiful old enamelled bin with a lid but it was so deep I couldn't get the bread out of it and it went mouldy more often than not.
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