So you’ve finally realized you need a bread box. They look cool, keep your bread soft and help prevent mold. But now you want to know:
What’s the best bread box?
I also like a couple others, which we’ll get to soon. But first I’d like to talk about bread boxes in general. What are the FAQ people have? How about: What difference does it make? Do I really need one? Can I only put bread in them? Are they expensive?
First, the basics
Why should you get a breadbox? What is the actual difference between saving bread in a bread box or not? These containers are a special place to store bread because they have a perfect capacity, airflow, darkness, protection etc. to keep your bread fresh and soft for a longer time. Bread doesn’t go bad just by becoming dry, but also because the starch transforms into something else and mold starts to grow.
Function and form
So yes, bread boxes really do work. besides And they aren’t just functional, they add a nice element to the kitchen. Bread boxes these days come in every design, size, and color, so you can choose between a huge variety of them and give your kitchen a beautiful and attractive touch.
Just for bread? Nope.
Now, what can I save in my bread box? The truth is that you can put any baked good in them you’d like. Cinnamon rolls, muffins, doughnuts, cookies they will all be protected and their freshness prolonged. You can even combine them and keep a bunch of baked goods together.
Finally, are they expensive? Well, it depends. As I told you before there is a huge range of bread bins to choose from and of course some of them might be more luxurious and pricey while others are more simple and cheaper. At the end of the day this is a product that’s definitely worth buying and then it’s up to you if you decide to spend a lot or little money on them.
Best bread box bonanza! Here are some great choices…
Wesco Grandy Bread Box
Talk about good looking… This one comes in a variety of colors to match your kitchen exactly. It has an old-fashioned design that would look great on a vintage-décor theme kitchen.
It is made of steel so it’s super durable and resistant. The lid is attached with metal hinges and it opens with a handle. Ventilation is important. This one has holes drilled in the back of the box for better air flow. This box comes in 2 sizes, a larger one and a smaller ‘single’ one.
Mountain Woods Wooden Bread & Storage Box
Talk about a classic. When you think of “bread box” this is probably what you picture. It comes in acacia wood antique style or a honey oak finish.
The rattan covered door is magnetic and flips down to guarantee optimum airflow (ventilated but not drafty) and comfortable access. It’s constructed of long-lasting, sustainable and gorgeous plantation grown hardwood from Asia. Definitely a great option for the lovers of classic and antique kitchen pieces.
Brabantia Fall Front Bread Box
Another steel box that comes in a variety of colors and 2 sizes (medium and large). The bigger one can fit up to 2 full loaves of bread and some other pastries.
Sleek and modern
This is a sleek design box for the modern chef. The steel will last — its, easy to clean and corrosion resistant. And the box maintains proper ventilation. Additionally, forget about your kids sticking their fingers all over the steel door and leaving it dirty because it is smudge proof.
Now Designs Bread Bin
This retro-inspired box is made of durable powder-coated steel. It has an easy swing cover that lifts effortlessly and small holes at the back that allow air to circulate. The design is my personal favorite.
My personal favorite
I love the color, the clever lettering (it says “BREAD”), and the vintage twist makes it very fun to look at. The size is perfect to accommodate a range of items since it’s larger than the other models described above (16 x 6.5 x 9 inches) so it will help keep your counter clean and organized.
Maybe you used to freeze your bread or stored it in a bag in the fridge. Now you know bread boxes are a much better option. Bread boxes prevent moisture build-up, they look great on any countertop, they save up space and make everything look more organized.
And if you think you don’t have enough space for a bread box you can put stuff on top of it or store it on top of another appliance. The possibilities are endless, you just have to take the first step and get yours!
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