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Culinary Tips

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  • All breads go stale, but some not as fast as the others. For instance, crusty loaves are best eaten on the day they were baked, while soft breads can actually stay much longer. To keep bread fresh, store at normal room temperature in a dry, well-ventilated container.

  • Bread in the refrigerator is a no-no. the cool temperature can actually make it taste like three-day-old bread. Nonetheless, the cool temperature can actually delay the growth of molds on bread.

  • Never put warm food in the refrigerator work harder to create a cooler temperature. Instead, let food cool down on its own covered by a clean tea cloth before storing in the fridge.

  • Keep your pets' food separate from your own to avoid cross contamination.

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