Make Your Own Bread: Fresh Baked Baguette Recipe

This way the baguettes stay fresh for a long time

In order for you to enjoy your homemade bread for as long as possible, you should store the baguette as well as possible. The loaf should be stored at room temperature (18 to 22 degrees). In the refrigerator, baked goods lose moisture and taste stale after a short time. To avoid mold growth, you should store the baguette airtight. A clay or ceramic pan works best. Incidentally, the remaining breadsticks can be frozen beautifully, so you can enjoy delicious baguettes at any time.

Don’t throw away the old white bread, use it instead

If your baguette has dried out, you don’t have to throw it away right away. Stale bread is great for processing. For example, you can use it to conjure up dumplings or a bread salad or use it for bruschetta. The only requirement: the bread must not get moldy.