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Bags for homemade bread

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teabag20048 Mon 25-Sep-17 21:28:57

Lakeland have stopped making the perforated plastic bread bags I used to buy for my breadmaker bread. Can't find any alternative other than cloth bags, any ideas?

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4merlyknownasSHD Tue 26-Sep-17 11:09:16

I use an ordinary polythene freezer bag. I only loosely fold the end over, never tying it tight, so air can circulate a little. My bread lasts up to a week with no sign of going stale or mouldy, although it rarely takes more than 5 days to eat it anyway.

Nuttynoo Tue 26-Sep-17 11:12:54

I don’t bag home made bread. Just cover it with cloth. When it gets hard at the end of the week I either make it a bit wet and rebake or make breadcrumbs.

Numberonecook Wed 27-Sep-17 14:46:12

Use cloth. Reusable and less disposable than unrecyclable plastic. If the ends get a bit hard or dry sprinkle with water and pop in the oven to refresh

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