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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.
Note: In stock Oct. 31. You must be signed in to your Amazon acct to clip the coupon.
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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.

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Is that a thing we're supposed to do, keeping bread in the fridge?
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This would be perfect to keep my cats out the damn bread. Bastards.
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I thought bread boxes need air to flow through. This one is airtight.
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I thought bread boxes need air to flow through. This one is airtight.
Air flow is only useful for keeping a hard crust.
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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?
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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?
Is that a thing we're supposed to do, keeping bread in the fridge?
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Is that a thing we're supposed to do, keeping bread in the fridge?
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Well I've been doing that all my life. Increases the life span of the loaf otherwise we can never finish it before it goes bad if left outside.
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Is that a thing we're supposed to do, keeping bread in the fridge?
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No. Unless you are buying super fresh bread with no preservatives and don't eat quicker than it can spoil. Two things I don't keep in the fridgeTwo things I don't keep in the fridge: bread and butter.
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Only showing $5 off of $14.43 for me, and yes looks like Amazon and Walmart competing on price here - right now seeing either for $9.43.
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Is that a thing we're supposed to do, keeping bread in the fridge?
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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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In my experience putting bread in the fridge seems to make it last longer, I can't speak to the post above me. the other thought I had is that this box is for people who bake their own bread. That is why I am buying one.
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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
What about freezer? After few days, we just freeze them and toast them straight out of the freezer.
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I learned a long time ago that you should keep sliced pieces of bread in the freezer. It doesn't go stale and it heats up beautifully
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