Many foods require refrigeration to keep them fresh and extend the shelf life.
But bread is not one of them, and here is the reason why . . .
Does bread go off faster when its in the fridge?Does bread go off faster if it’s in a cool, dry environment, like in a bread cupboard/bin, or in the fridge?This question poses as the solution to a heated debate between me and my mother, where insults were spat and chairs were thrown.
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Why does bread go stale?
It may seem that when bread goes stale is a result of it losing water and getting more and more dry.
If that were the case, it would make sense to think that putting the bread in a humid and cold environment will slow down water evaporation and therefore the staling process.
This would indicate that putting bread in the fridge, we should be able to keep it fresh longer.
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