Stale bread — we’ve all been there. You know youâ??ve munched on a doughy, delicious new loaf, but somehow in the excitement you accidentally left the bread out, unsealed and on the counter overnight. The next morning it’s as hard as a rock. Its warm doughy goodness may now be a distant memory, but donâ??t throw it out yet! Todayâ??s infographic informs us that you can re-purpose and even rejuvenate your stale bread.
To revive it, you can place it in the oven, at three hundred degrees, in a damp paper bag and bake it for three minutes. And wah-lah! Soft bread.
Day old bread is also usable in many tasty recipes. French toast, bruschetta, bread pudding, French onion soup, stuffing, and you can even use it to make a mean grilled cheese.
And think of your devoted canine companion — he would definitely enjoy some stale bread treats. Todayâ??s infographic gives us a recipe just for manâ??s best friend!
But if stale bread just isn’t your thing, here are some tips for making your bread last: donâ??t keep it in the fridge (I was shocked to hear this) wrap it in a cloth napkin or towel, then store it in a bread box or in a paper bag on the counter. If you wonâ??t use it all in 2-3 days, freeze a portion of it in an air-tight plastic bag and it should be good for up to six months.
Bread lovers rejoice! And check out the graphic below. [Via]14