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which one do you prefer? A Potato cakes or B crumpets
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When you want the best sandwiches, you need the best bread.
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Best value quality loaves
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Your local Home Bargains for great value morning goods
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Most bakery products have a ‘best before’ date, which refers to quality. Your bakery products can still be eaten after this date, but may no longer be at their best.
Sliced loaves and other bread products are all great for freezing and can be toasted from frozen as and when needed.
Make slightly stale bread and leftover crusts into breadcrumbs by whizzing up in a food processor – these can be stored in the freezer to use later.
Storing bread in the fridge can make it go stale faster. The best place to store a loaf is in a cool, dry cupboard or your bread bin.
Freshen up a day-old loaf by running it briefly under cold water and popping it in a hot oven for 10 minutes.
- See more at: http://www.bakeryinfo.co.uk/news/fullstory.php/aid/14861/Fresh_ideas_at_stale_bread_feast.html#sthash.o02A90u2.dpuf
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How to tell when your yeast has gone bad!
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