Food influencer’s hack to revive stale bread is sweeping the internet

The internet has gone mad over a food influencer’s hack to revive stale bread.

At some point, most bread lovers were probably frustrated by the food’s short shelf life. According to Healthline, bread stored at room temperature typically lasts only three to four days if it’s homemade, or up to seven days if it’s store-bought, before it goes moldy. But it can go stale much quicker, leaving a tough, dry bite, barely a shell of its fresh original form.

“Today I’m showing you guys how to revive stale bread,” blogger Katie Lolas said in her now-viral video posted Tuesday. Lolas lives in Sydney, Australia and shares advice on healthy habits, diet and fitness on her social media accounts. Her Instagram role with the bread hack has been viewed 88,000 times.

“All you have to do is pour water over the bread to make sure the crust is wet and then put it in the oven at 160 degrees for about 6 minutes,” Lolas explained while sharing it demonstrated with a stale loaf of bread.

In fact, when she took her bread out of the oven and sliced ​​it open, it looked like a steaming fresh loaf. She showed off its malleable texture by squeezing the crust and pulling apart the soft bread inside.

“There you are, your bread will be as good as new, juicy on the inside and crunchy on the outside,” she announced. “Try it – trust me, you will see!”

In a comment below the clip, Lolas said she learned the tip from her mom. Reminding viewers not to try to salvage bread with mold, she wrote, “Throw it in your compost and move on.”

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The internet has gone mad over a food influencer’s hack to revive stale bread. Some viewers shared how the trick had worked in their attempts to revive other baked goods as well.
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The blogger’s audience applauded her hack with grateful comments.

“Witchcraft!” exclaimed an admirer.

“That’s great!” agreed with another. “Will definitely try this!”

Some viewers shared how the trick had worked in their attempts to revive other baked goods as well.

“This also works with scones,” says one comment.

“I’ve also done this with individual sourdough slices,” chipped in another homemaker. “And put some crushed garlic and cheese on top. Perfect garlic bread.”

Other kitchen tricks that have caught the internet include a baking trick for mixing gooey ingredients in a mixing bowl, a method for slicing tangerines without having to peel them, and a tip for speeding up the shredding of chicken.

news week asked Lolas for comment.

https://www.newsweek.com/food-influencers-hack-revive-stale-bread-blows-minds-internet-1706534 Food influencer’s hack to revive stale bread is sweeping the internet

Rick Schindler

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