We don't all find time to buy fresh buns every morning. It is therefore important to store bread - especially wheat bread (with yeast), which dries out the fastest (as opposed to wholemeal bread, on leaven, which stays fresh for a long time) in appropriate conditions. First of all, and this is the most important rule - do not store bread in plastic bags (under such conditions the bread does not have access to air, 'does not breathe' and is consequently 'rubbery'). - Making holes in a plastic bag does not help :). Another important rule is to let it cool down when the bread is still warm so that it can give away moisture. Generally we store the bread in a dry place at room temperature, but when left on its own it will dry or mold - and here comes the time for choosing a container. What do we pay attention to when choosing such an accessory? The size of the container should be chosen according to the amount of bread we usually buy in order to naturally reduce the amount of air and at the same time save space on the counter. It is also worth noting that the container has vents which ensure proper air circulation. FormAdore offers wooden, steel or plastic containers. Containers can and should be :) choose to the design of the kitchen and so on, depending on whether it is a Scandinavian style, raw, minimalist, rustic, vintage or colorful, cheerful and full of color, we will surely find a container corresponding to its style and color.