Love homemade bread, but the trouble is tha unless you freeze it or need to eat an entire loaf you're ****ed. Goes off yay quickly because it doesn't have all the preservatives in store bought stuff does.
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Originally Posted by Bertolt Brecht
Even if you don't eat in quickly and it goes past it's best I find it usually makes very good toast.
Warburtons is better than Kingsmill imo, but not as good as Hovis. None of them are a patch on homemade though.
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