The United States Postal Service recommends that breads should be “wrapped twice in plastic wrap and sealed inside a gallon-size plastic bag, or wrapped again in foil” before boxing. Make sure that there is sufficient padding (i.e. crumpled up paper, packing peanuts, bubble wrap) to secure your bread in the box.
It may seem like a no-brainer, but make sure your bread is cool before you place it in the box to send. For instance, soft breads should be wrapped twice in plastic wrap and then again in either a gallon plastic bag or foil, according to USPS. Harder, yeast-y breads can be wrapped in foil and then in plastic.
Store Your Bread In A Bread Box A bread box is an ideal solution for storing bread. It allows the optimal conditions for keeping your loaf fresh: a dark and dry environment, with little air penetration that keeps just the right amount of humidity inside it and prevents your bread from growing mold.
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Never store it in the refrigerator. A refrigerator circulates cool air, which removes moisture and can prematurely dry breads and cakes. Place your cooled loaf on a plate and cover it in plastic wrap, or store it in an airtight container. Store it for up to four days on your counter.
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Don't worry too much about cost. The stores and services listed here charge between $5 and $11 to process one roll of 35mm film. Other film formats like 120 and 220 may cost a bit more, while the fees for push and pull processing are usually charged as an extra percentage of your developing costs.