Maybe you don't live by bread alone, but you probably eat some bread, and you have to know how to store it.
Should you keep bread in the fridge?
"The refrigerator is the worst place for bread storage," e-mailed Marda Stoliar, director of International School of Baking in Manhattan, Kan.
"Refrigerating bread will keep it longer by reducing the growth of molds and yeasts, however, when you refrigerate bread, the starch-glutin mixture will change its consistency, and the bread will lose its 'fresh' texture and taste.
"In other words, it will stale more rapidly at refrigerator temperatures," e-mailed Mark R. McLellan, director of Institute of Food Science & Engineering, Texas A&M University.