Bread can go stale or even mouldy in just a matter of days, which can lead to a lot of food waste.
But thanks to celebrity chef Sara Moulton, we know have the perfect life hack to make your loaf last that little bit longer which ensure you can eat the whole thing before it's thrown away.
Sharing her secret tip for reviving any stale loaf of bread, Moulton says that if you splash a stale loaf of bread with water, wrap it up tightly in foil and then heat it for 12 to 15 minutes in the oven at 300 degrees Fahrenheit, the bread will feel fresh again.
How to make bread last longer
- Keep bakery loaves in brown paper bags at room temperature.
- Keep store-bought loaves in plastic bags at room temperature.
- Never keep bread in the fridge.
- Freeze what you don't use.
- Make breadcrumbs or bread and butter pudding with stale slices.