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Frozen breads - how to get to "eatable" state

Discussion in 'Celiac' started by Nancy in VA, Jan 28, 2010.

  1. Nancy in VA

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    OK, Emma sometimes like toast for breakfast. I have some gluten free sandwich bread and some gluten free cinnamon raisin bread. They are both frozen.

    What's the right way to prepare these for breakfast - do they need to thaw in advance or not? I really don't want to thaw an entire loaf if I don't have to since I know it would take her longer to eat it than it would last "unthawed"
     
  2. WestinsMom

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    You generally have to toast gluten free bread (except Udi's from my experience) so I just take it out of the freezer and straight to the toaster.
     
  3. aklap

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    I always keep my bread/buns in the freezer until I want it. I get it out when I need it and put it in the microwave for 20 seconds - just enough to thaw it out - it warm, moist and flexible.

    I rarely toast my bread - only when I want it toasted. It may have something to do with Peg (my lovely and fantastic wife) bakes bread for me. It also may have to do with the fact that I generally have buns and "flat bread" - there's enough crust there so they don't need toasting to provide structure. I can't tell you the last time I had a store bought loaf. Yes I know that I am spoiled rotten ;)

    As soon the bread has cooled, I slice it and package it up in 2 slice packs and put it in the freezer.
     

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