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Walmart has Lock & Lock Bread Box and Divided Food Storage Container (21.1-cup) on sale for $9.11 when you select in-store pick up. Thanks Noranni & jacksson
Note: If you opt for shipping, the price is $9.43. Shipping is free on $35 or more.

Amazon has Lock & Lock Bread Box and Divided Food Storage Container (21.1-cup) on sale for $14.43 - $5.32 'clipped' coupon (found on item page) = $9.11. Shipping is free w/ Amazon Prime or on $25 or more.
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Putting bread in the fridge causes crystallization of the starches, which actually causes bread to go bad faster.

To the other post, salted butter does better outside the fridge but I still keep all butter in the fridge to minimize oxidation.

Sorry to go off topic
Personally never experienced that. Seems like every time we leave the bread out it goes bad before we finish it. In the fridge, I've rarely had bread go bad, and only after a really long time.
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can this be used in the freezer or will it fail/break if kept in the freezer (will the hinges break?)
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Putting bread in the fridge causes crystallization of the starches, which actually causes bread to go bad faster.

To the other post, salted butter does better outside the fridge but I still keep all butter in the fridge to minimize oxidation.

Sorry to go off topic
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Must be some valuable bread if you lock it twice
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Putting bread in the fridge causes crystallization of the starches, which actually causes bread to go bad faster.

To the other post, salted butter does better outside the fridge but I still keep all butter in the fridge to minimize oxidation.

Sorry to go off topic
For us, bread in the refrigerator lasts about 2 weeks...out of the refrigerator, it can mold in 3 to 5 days depending on the weather and humidity levels. Even after 2 weeks in the refrigerator, the bread isn't moldy or "bad", it is just drier.
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Wrong: https://www.seriouseats.com/2014/...bread.html

I bake fresh bread (at least 1 loaf a week) and have had some loaves mold before I can eat them. Now I freeze about half a loaf once the bread cools and have never had an issue.
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This would be perfect to keep my cats out the damn bread. Bastards.
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I understand this is a price discount, but $9 for a simple plastic container seems a little much.
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This would be perfect to keep my cats out the damn bread. Bastards.
This is exactly why I'm buying this. Have a cat who has stolen 3 loafs of bread now and this is just what I needed.
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What about freezer? After few days, we just freeze them and toast them straight out of the freezer.
freezer is good.
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This is exactly why I'm buying this. Have a cat who has stolen 3 loafs of bread now and this is just what I needed.
The container is airtight, maybe you should buy a cage instead...
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What about freezer? After few days, we just freeze them and toast them straight out of the freezer.
That is actually the recommendation. Freezing bread will not harm it, but placing it in the refrigerator will dry it out.
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https://youtu.be/DP9ImgoCNJ8
America Test kitchen has one min video on it.
In short, never fridge bread. Freeze instead.
Fridge : 1 day to stale, Room temp : 2 days, Freeze : 1 month
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Putting bread in the fridge causes crystallization of the starches, which actually causes bread to go bad faster.

To the other post, salted butter does better outside the fridge but I still keep all butter in the fridge to minimize oxidation.

Sorry to go off topic
I think people are talking about 2 diff things. Putting it in the fridge causes it to stale faster, but slows the growth of mold. So out of the fridge it will mold faster but stay fresher.....but then it's garbage anyway cause it molded. Sooo. For fresh bakery bread (real bakery, not grocery store bakery) that goes rock hard way before it molds, I store it inside a paper bag inside the microwave. Helps Keep it edible for a couple extra days before it's a doorstop.
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Why is a box needed at all? What's wrong with just putting the bread in the fridge in the plastic bag it already comes in from the store?
Who wants to crowd a fridge with something that doesn't need to be refrigerated? Who likes cold bread? Anyways, we were looking for one of these to keep out cats out of the bread.
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