THERE’S nothing quite like a fresh, moist loaf of bread.
And luckily, there’s a method to store your bread that will ensure that it doesn’t dry out for quite some time.
Amy Hall, the founder of Goldilocks Goods, a company that offers reusable beeswax wrap, shared a solid tip for storing your bread properly.
In her video, using a large loaf of bread as a model, she wrapped it in a big piece of beeswax wrap.
After the bread was securely wrapped, she then stored it in a produce/bread bag.
According to Hall, this method will keep your bread fresh for ages.
She also noted that the beeswax wrap would not change the taste of your bread.
Social media users were grateful for the tip.
“Love this,” one praised.
Referring to the beeswax wrap, someone commented: “I love your products! They have been a game-changer for me.”
Another thankful user added: “Oohh thanks! I had to switch bread styles completely recently to avoid soy, and have been STRUGGLING with how to keep them fresh!”
If you’re looking for more helpful pastry tips, you might want to consider how you’re cutting your cake.
Apparently, the traditional way of cutting a cake dries it out, so when slicing a round cake you don’t want to cut it into triangles.
Zwilling, a German premium cutlery brand, claimed that a mathematician created the perfect method to cut your cake hundreds of years ago.
The genius advised that you cut your cake into strips instead of triangles, a method that will help retain moisture.
To get this done, you will need to cut two parallel lines across the center of the cake so that a rectangular strip can be pulled out.
The rectangular strip will then be cut into smaller pieces. After that, voila! It’s ready to be served.
After you’ve cut the cake and served it, the remaining halves should be pushed together so that the inside of the cake is not exposed to air.
Each time the cake is cut, the process is repeated, and the cake becomes smaller.
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