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Which bread last longest?
Question Date: 2003-01-27
Answer 1:

I don't know a good answer to your question. Do you suppose a really bad-tasting bread lasts longest, because no one wants to eat it, so it lasts a long time? I think it's important how you store the bread - in your home, it will probably stay fresh the longest if you wrap it in some layers of plastic and freeze it. If it has preservatives, it won't get moldy as fast if you store it at room temperature.

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