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Posted on 10-07-10 01:33:10 PM Link | Quote
Originally posted by krutomisi
Whaat?

I just twist the bag around itself and throw it on the table


This.
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Posted on 10-07-10 04:34:47 PM Link | Quote
You guys are gross. Bread belongs in the fridge.
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Posted on 10-07-10 05:08:29 PM Link | Quote
I have never even thought of putting bread in the fridge


and eww I bet it gets all mushy and cold in there
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Posted on 10-07-10 05:18:37 PM Link | Quote
I put it in the freezer. And then it turns into ICE!

It's not against any physical laws




...or?
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Posted on 10-07-10 07:28:43 PM Link | Quote
My mom puts bread in the refrigerator sometimes (amongst other things, like chocolate). Bread isn't refrigerated in the store, so I don't see why it should be at home...

IIRC, one of my step-dad's sisters and her husband put glasses (not the kind you wear) in the refrigerator... I think their refrigerator has an ice dispenser thing though, so they can just get a glass, get ice, and poor them something to drink all in one spot, so it makes sense, I guess. There isn't enough room in our refrigerator to waste on things that don't need to be cold, though.
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Posted on 10-07-10 07:54:26 PM Link | Quote
Originally posted by UnsurpassedDarkness
My mom puts bread in the refrigerator sometimes (amongst other things, like chocolate). Bread isn't refrigerated in the store, so I don't see why it should be at home...

IIRC, one of my step-dad's sisters and her husband put glasses (not the kind you wear) in the refrigerator... I think their refrigerator has an ice dispenser thing though, so they can just get a glass, get ice, and poor them something to drink all in one spot, so it makes sense, I guess. There isn't enough room in our refrigerator to waste on things that don't need to be cold, though.

lol. That would be a funny thing to do when you have company over. Just put silverware, glass, and napkins in the freezer and when they look at you funny when you take them out be all like, "what! do you want moldy forks?"
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Posted on 10-08-10 02:48:40 AM Link | Quote
Bread in the fridge?

I often put bread in the freezer to combat mould. It's something I got from my mother, though.
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Posted on 10-08-10 10:00:13 AM Link | Quote
Originally posted by Terra
Bread in the fridge?

I often put bread in the freezer to combat mould. It's something I got from my mother, though.

Well, I do that too but only when it's not going to be eaten for over a week.
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Posted on 10-08-10 11:01:58 AM Link | Quote
I knew someone a while back that put their bread in the fridge. It can promote more mold if you accidentally leave it out due to condensation from being colder than the air temperature.

I love Bill Engvall's jokes about bread and twist ties:

"I'm like every other red blooded American man. I spin the bag a bunch of times, wrap the end underneath itself and set it on the counter."
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Posted on 10-09-10 07:28:35 AM Link | Quote
Bread never gets mushy when it's in the fridge.

I only put bread in the freezer if I have too much, which is usually never the case.
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Posted on 10-09-10 10:56:33 PM Link | Quote
Originally posted by Anya
Bread never gets mushy when it's in the fridge.

I only put bread in the freezer if I have too much, which is usually never the case.

To much bread!? THIS IS MADNESS!
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Posted on 10-10-10 11:32:08 AM Link | Quote
This is the cliff with no wind.

Also I don't eat much bread. So yeah to the freezer it goes.
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Posted on 10-12-10 11:47:47 AM Link | Quote
Depends on my mood if I'll eat a lot of bread. Sometimes I just want to eat a lot of sandwiches and sometimes not.
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Posted on 10-12-10 02:02:16 PM Link | Quote
I want sliced bread. It's pretty much the only type of bread I like and it's been a month I don't eat it. Just normal boring bread.
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Posted on 10-12-10 04:30:01 PM Link | Quote
I tend to eat a lot of bread when I'm angry.

It's what I'd like to call "Sandywitchy-mode"
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Posted on 10-15-10 08:41:15 AM Link | Quote
I like my Texas Toast thanks.
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Posted on 10-16-10 09:24:10 AM (last edited by THE GREAT SALAMI CAPER at 10-16-10 09:24 AM) Link | Quote
Last night I got a really big cheesesteak and like half of the fillings came out of the bun so after I ate the cheesesteak I put the parts that fell out onto two regular slices of bread and ate the resulting makeshift second cheesesteak.

It turns out that buns are good for cheesesteaks and slices of bread are not.
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Posted on 10-28-10 11:28:20 AM Link | Quote
Originally posted by THE GREAT SALAMI CAPER
Last night I got a really big cheesesteak and like half of the fillings came out of the bun so after I ate the cheesesteak I put the parts that fell out onto two regular slices of bread and ate the resulting makeshift second cheesesteak.

It turns out that buns are good for cheesesteaks and slices of bread are not.


Did the bread get mushy or something

I've had roast beef + gravy. Alone, it's fucking great, but even on a roll or bun it turns into a mushy mess that I can't even stomach. (I often end up just eating the beef and tossing the roll, if this happens)
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Posted on 10-28-10 11:44:24 PM Link | Quote
Mushy bread is unless it's...actually, no, mushy bread is no matter what.
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Posted on 10-29-10 11:53:48 PM Link | Quote
Originally posted by Anya
Mushy bread is unless it's...actually, no, mushy bread is no matter what.


I remember having to hide it and toss it out elsewhere because my mother was whiny about the fact that I wouldn't eat it. Hell, I couldn't.
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