your Terra Breads
Sourdough Series and French Breads
Our Sourdough and French Breads are best kept in their original brown kraft packaging, or in a bread box.
Important Tip: Slice these rustic breads as you eat them, and cover exposed side with packaging, or place cut side down on a cutting board or plate. This will keep the bread crusty on the outside and moist and fresh on the inside. Do not refrigerate as it will dry your bread, and do not wrap in plastic as it will soften the crust.
Brioche, Challah and Bianca Varieties
The Brioche, Challah and Bianca varieties are best stored in a plastic bag. These are our soft breads and they are made with butter and olive oil. The plastic will help keep them soft.
Freeze Our Bread For Longer Storage
Freezing bread is a great way to keep artisan bread fresh for longer periods of time. Whole loaves keep their flavour and moisture better and longer than sliced bread does. Our bread will freeze well in air-tight freezer bags for up to three months. Defrost at room temperature. Follow refresh instructions to bring back the fresh baked flavour to the loaf. If your bread has been frozen sliced just pop it in your toaster or toaster oven.
Nothing beats fresh-baked bread. The taste. The texture. The smell. To bring the fresh-baked feeling back to this loaf, put it into a pre-heated 425°oven for 3-6 minutes. It’s a little like having your own bakery at home, with a lot less flour on the floor.