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Hellodanmeier

Storage bags

Hello to everyone.  I am a beginning amateur bread maker, no machine, just a mixer and time, and I am looking for a supplier who has plastic bags big enough to keep my creations somewhat preserved.  Thanks...Dan

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richkaimd

You probably know this, but if you're a real beginner, maybe you don't.  Never put your breads into plastic unless they're not even slightly warm from the oven.  Warmth means they're still giving off water vapor which, if contained within a plastic bag, will ruin your crust by making it soggy.  That said, you might look at prices at the website for Garboliner.  They sell all sizes of plastic bags in quantity.

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Hellodanmeier

richaimd, I definitely wait until ALL of the warmth is gone from the bread.  Thanks for the suggestion for Garboliner.

 

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Hellodanmeier

richaimd, I definitely wait until ALL of the warmth is gone from the bread.  Thanks for the suggestion for Garboliner.

 

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Hellodanmeier

Also, too, I see that Garboliner makes trash bags.  Which bags do you suggest from that maker?