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Do re-use your bread


finerty

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use your loaf?

As the article goes on we the Brits waste bread by throwing it away, the article writer doesn't seem to understand that sell by dates are much shorter these days and there is a possibility of yeast infections.

And bread does go green with mold.

Im sure there are many who do re-use bread by feeding the pond birds and in cooking, and the old sarnies. But people's health comes first.

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Mr Mistoffelees

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I never re-use bread, just eat it once!

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Aitchbee

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In Glasgow, 'a pan loaf' is a kind of bread, having a light crust all round it, giving it's name to a posh way of speaking; a pan-loaf accent.

Some say this is because pan loaves were more expensive than plain loaves; others explain it by suggesting that pan loaf is Glasgow rhyming slang for toff (pronounced toaff).

Also to use 'yer loaf' means applying some common-sense to a simple task or job.

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Bald Eagle

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Living in Brittany and with 65 year old teeth I'm afraid baguettes etc are out of the question! We make our own in a breadmaker which because we don't use preservatives (no French condom jokes please) it does occasionally get blue bits on it. Quickly trimmed off it is no problem! At the Roquefort cheese caves the bacterium for the mold is grown on bread!

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