Having to throw leftover bread away just because it not longer taste as fresh as it did initially could be a little annoying. Here's how to revive your stale bread.
I'm sure your response to that question is yes.
For me, nothing tastes better than a chunk of fresh bread. The feeling usually is heaven on earth.
To start with, fresh bread's got this inviting aroma that takes a lot of effort to resist. Next to the aroma is the feel. OMG! it's soft, tender and so fragile you don't want to handle just anyhow. Finally, the taste. It's usually everything it promises it is and even more. I could literally feed on a fresh loaf of bread without any supplementary meal to go with.
Sadly enough, to every fresh bread, there's always a stale side. But guess what, you don't have to get rid of that stale bread anymore, you just need to make it fresh once again. How?
In soaking the bread crust with water, try to avoid getting the cut side of the bread too wet.
Bake the wet bread for 6-12 minutes at 300-325°F, depending on how wet the bread is.
Here's how it works. The water turns to steam, which re-hydrates the bread’s crumb, or interior, while the heat of the oven firms up the crust.
Would you give it a try?