Bread Bag (Organic Cotton, Biodegradable)

Bread Bag (Organic Cotton, Biodegradable)



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Bread Bag (Organic Cotton, 100% Biodegradable)

 These Certified Organic canvas Bread Bags keeps bread fresh by absorbing moisture and preventing mould. As the bread ages and dries out, the loaf re-absorbs the moisture from the bag keeping it fresh for longer.

This Bread Bag is designed to carry one loaf of bread and is made from premium, sustainably produced, Certified Organic, unbleached Indian cotton - 100% biodegradable.

 

Size: 11.8" x 5.5" or 30cm x 14cm
Care: Gentle machine wash and line dry.

How Interesting...

  • Did you know that storing bread in plastic actually encourages mould growth? This is because moisture from the loaf is unable to escape.

Storage

  • Instead, bread is best stored in a bag or container that stops airflow around the bread, but still allows it to breathe (e.g. a fabric bread bag or old pillowcase). It's also a good idea to let the bread cool before popping it in the bag.
  • Start by cutting into the center of your loaf, rather than at one of the ends. Then, once you have removed your slices push the two sides together. The two crusty ends form a barrier against the air, preventing it from having ready access to the inside of the loaf (which is much more susceptible to staling).
  • Be sure to store your bread in a dark, cool place, but not in the fridge, which despite popular opinion, actually causes it to go stale quicker
How Interesting...
1. Did you know that storing bread in plastic actually encourages mould growth? This is because moisture from the loaf is unable to escape.
Storage
2. Instead, bread is best stored in a bag or container that stops airflow around the bread, but still allows it to breathe (e.g. a fabric bread bag or old pillowcase). It's also a good idea to let the bread cool before popping it in the bag.
3. Start by cutting into the center of your loaf, rather than at one of the ends. Then, once you have removed your slices push the two sides together. The two crusty ends form a barrier against the air, preventing it from having ready access to the inside of the loaf (which is much more susceptible to staling).
4. Be sure to store your bread in a dark, cool place, but not in the fridge, which despite popular opinion, actually causes it to go stale quicker

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