Wednesday, 23 February 2011

Freshest Bread.

Found this image which will be very useful for people wanting the freshest of bread!














(You might want to open it full screen!)

This doesn't work in Australia, however, our tags normally have the date printed on them so enjoy your fresh bread.

14 comments:

  1. my mom taught me this when i was a kid

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  2. When I first found out about this I was eating a sandwich.

    I got curious and checked the bag, and sure enough it was old as hell.

    Ahh, memories.

    -Jekyll

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  3. Ahh delicious bread! nice info.

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  4. I'll check this out next time I go buy some bread!

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  5. really helpful, i really didn't know that. I'll keep this in mind the next time i go shopping :D

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  6. omgwtf I didn't know that! :O

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  7. Good to know mate! Love me some fresh bread.

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  8. hmmm very interesting. Unfortunantly these aren't the same here in Australia, but I always check the date on bread and milk and get the latest date.

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  9. Seen this before, but useful stuff nonetheless.

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  10. a great tip thanks for sharing ;)

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  11. I saw this awhile back, and now I never eat stale bread!

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  12. i like my bread moldy, thanks :D

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