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If they are a few days old try wrapping in cling film and microwave for 10-15 seconds.(depends on the microwave)

Remove the cling film and then let it rest for a few minutes .

Works for frozen bread and baps as well but you have to microwave for longer. 

 

 

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10 hours ago, mad_manx said:

If they are a few days old try wrapping in cling film and microwave for 10-15 seconds.(depends on the microwave)

Remove the cling film and then let it rest for a few minutes .

Works for frozen bread and baps as well but you have to microwave for longer. 

 

 

chef on r2 said this can accelerate food poisoning.......

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39 minutes ago, woody2 said:

chef on r2 said this can accelerate food poisoning.......

How do you think Tesco  and M&S makes bread .It arrives part made/frozen and is just finished off in the oven.

They say the same about rice as well ( more dangerous) but you just cannot make fried rice with freshly cooked rice .

 

It has to be leftover/cold rice. Otherwise it becomes mushy..

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3 hours ago, LightBulb said:

Do they do a course at iom colledge for bread / soft baps making, or would i need to infiltrate ramsey bakery to find the secret of making soft white baps ?

Ramsey bakery is the last place i'd be thinking of if soft fresh baps are your thing!

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