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To think break bins are useless!

(15 Posts)
IsItTeaYoureLookingFor Fri 05-Dec-14 12:01:48

It takes up a bit of space on my worktop and all I can fit in there is some bread and a packet of bagels-just about.

IsItTeaYoureLookingFor Fri 05-Dec-14 12:02:37

Bread bins!!!!! Not break bins!! Silly autocorrect!

MrsHathaway Fri 05-Dec-14 12:04:59

They stop the bread going mouldy. What's not to like?

Vertical breadbin might be the way forward, though. Bigger capacity but less space on the worktop.

More like this than this.

JamaicanMeEatMincePies Fri 05-Dec-14 12:17:16

We keep crisps in ours. The bread lives on the chopping board when I cam be arsed to make some.

IsItTeaYoureLookingFor Fri 05-Dec-14 12:18:08

I think you're right, thats what would be better for me. At the moment I have this one www.argos.co.uk/m/static/Product/partNumber/8417286.htm?CMPID=GS001&_$ja=cgid:17471341353|tsid:59157|cid:199888953|lid:92282034513|nw:g|crid:56100178833|rnd:2202873201188856539|dvc:m|adp:1o1|bku:1

And I hate it!!!

marnia68 Fri 05-Dec-14 13:16:32

buy a bigger one
{slaps head}

shelfontheelf Fri 05-Dec-14 13:23:27

I have a tiny kitchen but still love my rather large bread bin, it's a great place to tidy stuff into, not necessarily bread.

I don't think they actually do anything to stop bread going mouldy though.

MrsHathaway Fri 05-Dec-14 14:00:14

They only stop the bread going mouldy if you don't keep it in the plastic.

IsItTeaYoureLookingFor Fri 05-Dec-14 16:26:45

Oww!! Marnia!

SoupDragon Fri 05-Dec-14 16:29:12

They don't stop the bread going mouldy.

I have a lovely expensive Nigella one. We keep crisps in it and the bread goes on a shelf in the cupboard.

londonrach Fri 05-Dec-14 16:41:16

I want one. I admire the nice pretty red one in jl for £60 regularly.... One day ill make it and buy one...

IsItTeaYoureLookingFor Fri 05-Dec-14 17:23:41

Ok. So its a toss between either of these two. I'm kind of swaying to the typhoon. As lovely as the Nigella one is, I dont think I can justify £70 for a bread bin!

www.typhoonhousewares.com/Product/51_Ripple?prodID=359_Stone%20Ripple%20Bread%20Bin

www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B000BOK53W/ref=pd_aw_sbs_kh_6?refRID=1HGSJK5MC6FHS0948NWS

NewEraNewMindset Fri 05-Dec-14 17:35:27

I have a plastic one from Amazon that expands lengthways depending on your loaf size. The bread goes in and it then lives in the cupboard. Simples.

Nanasueathome Fri 05-Dec-14 17:41:34

Emu mother used to keep mugs in her breadbin.

Nanasueathome Fri 05-Dec-14 17:42:24

Stupid iPad. That should say MY mother
She never put bread in there

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