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I had to wrap it in plastic foil and then a sandiwch bag because it would just break a part when I put it in. (I cut my sandwiches into half, and I tried quarters which broke really badly). Is the bread easily breaking just because I buy the cheapesat bread from Lidl? I am storing my bread in the fridge will this keep the chicken tasting fresh?
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I had to wrap it in plastic foil and then a sandiwch bag because it would just break a part when I put it in. (I cut my sandwiches into half, and I tried quarters which broke really badly). Is the bread easily breaking just because I buy the cheapesat bread from Lidl? I am storing my bread in the fridge will this keep the chicken tasting fresh?
Bread doesn't need to be stored in a fridge. Please don't buy nasty cheap bread from a discounter supermarket. Treat yourself to really good bread: it's one of life's great pleasures
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I had to wrap it in plastic foil and then a sandiwch bag because it would just break a part when I put it in. (I cut my sandwiches into half, and I tried quarters which broke really badly). Is the bread easily breaking just because I buy the cheapesat bread from Lidl? I am storing my bread in the fridge will this keep the chicken tasting fresh?
Yeah I've has that bread. Nasty stuff, go at least one step up to the second cheapest, it's only like 15p more
What's plastic foil?

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Bread doesn't need to be stored in a fridge. Please don't buy nasty cheap bread from a discounter supermarket. Treat yourself to really good bread: it's one of life's great pleasures
I think he's on about storing a prepared sandwich in the fridge.
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Yeah I've has that bread. Nasty stuff, go at least one step up to the second cheapest, it's only like 15p more
What's plastic foil?


I think he's on about storing a prepared sandwich in the fridge.
Plastic foil is the transparent one you can wrap stuff in. I meant to get silver tin foil and stupidly got plastic instead. I have both now but I use silver tin for my trays when using the oven

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Bread doesn't need to be stored in a fridge. Please don't buy nasty cheap bread from a discounter supermarket. Treat yourself to really good bread: it's one of life's great pleasures
I probably should go a step up in bread. THis one I brought goes off in 4days. I have always put my bread in the fridge tbh doesn't make a difference?
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Plastic foil is the transparent one you can wrap stuff in. I meant to get silver tin foil and stupidly got plastic instead. I have both now but I use silver tin for my trays when using the oven


I probably should go a step up in bread. THis one I brought goes off in 4days. I have always put my bread in the fridge tbh doesn't make a difference?
Unless frozen, bread goes through the recrystilisation process at low temperatures, causing it to go stale faster than in the cupboard, say.
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Yeah I've has that bread. Nasty stuff, go at least one step up to the second cheapest, it's only like 15p more
What's plastic foil?


I think he's on about storing a prepared sandwich in the fridge.
(Original post by SuperHuman98)
Plastic foil is the transparent one you can wrap stuff in. I meant to get silver tin foil and stupidly got plastic instead. I have both now but I use silver tin for my trays when using the oven


I probably should go a step up in bread. THis one I brought goes off in 4days. I have always put my bread in the fridge tbh doesn't make a difference?
If you're preparing sandwiches in advance, then fine to put in the fridge, for obvious reasons. Bread doesn't however, need storing in the fridge normally - and it actually doesn't keep as well in the fridge as it does just out in the kitchen. The best thing is to freeze your bread (slice it first if necessary) and then just take out what you need as and when. Fresh bread every day!
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