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Old 05-05-2011, 02:58 PM
Noemi Noemi is offline
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Originally Posted by emmy007 View Post
The newly baked bread in the showcase of a bakery look so delicious that you may want to taste it at once. Actually, itís not the best time. When the baked food is still steaming, some unvolatilized irritants, such as alcohol or other fermented products, may cover its original flavor and disturb your taste. Yet, long-time stored bread is improper to eat as well. It belongs to fresh food whose raw materials, such as eggs and milk, will go bad if stored for some time. You'd better taste it in six hours after it's baked, so you have to be patient enough to wait for it getting cold.
Interesting - never knew this. But nothing beats freshly baked bread with the inside warm and chewy and the crust crispy. You can always toast it 6 hours after but it's not the same.
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