Answers to commonly asked questions from bread lovers...

How Long do Your Breads Last?
How fast can you eat it? If you are not going to eat it freeze it. It can last a couple of weeks.
Maximize Your Bread Experience
(After all, isn’t that what we all really want in life?) Place in a preheated 350 degree oven for 3-5 minutes depending on size of loaf.
In the Unlikely Event that You Have Leftovers...
To Store:
After the first day, our loaves, buns and baguettes will keep well in a plastic bag in a cool, dry place for several days. To bring back the crust, pop in a warm oven for 5-10 minutes. And of course, there is always toast! (Do not refrigerate – refrigeration dries bread out. If you're looking to keep the love alive, simply freeze your bread and reheat to refresh.)
To Freeze:
Loaves or baguettes should be wrapped tightly in foil and placed in an airtight plastic bag.
Best Defrost:
Thaw our bread in foil and plastic bag (to keep natural moisture in) at room temperature. Dampen crust and bake at 350 degrees for 5 minutes
2nd Best (Faster) Defrost:
In a preheated 350 degree oven, remove bread from plastic bag and bake in foil for 3-5 minutes depending on size.
Never Microwave Your Bread!
(It is just wrong!)