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  • janeawej
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    • 29th Aug 06, 6:58 PM
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    • 29th Aug 06, 6:58 PM
    bread rolls buns can be kept in freezer indefinately, i find the best way to defrost is to leave out for a few hours, if in a rush u can toast bread from frozen i n the toaster prescliced of course! putting bread in the fridge makes it go horrid so dont defrost that way, also more expensive but ambient part baked rolls are a handy standby just pop in oven for 10 mins and hey presto fresh baked bread! i usualy keep some in stock they have several months on their useby
    • thriftlady
    • By thriftlady 29th Aug 06, 6:58 PM
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    • 29th Aug 06, 6:58 PM
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    • 29th Aug 06, 6:58 PM
    Leave them out Bob. A roll will be soft enough to cut in about half an hour, once split it will soon be soft. Sliced bread defrosts in minutes provided you take the slices out and put them on plates. A whole uncut loaf takes much longer, but the ends defrost first so you can start slicing before it's fully defrosted.HTH
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