I usually buy unsliced bread. When I get it home I cut the loaf in half, double-wrap the half going into the freezer, and pop the fresh half into the breadbox in its store wrap. We used to go through bread quickly when Himself worked and took lunches. Not so much anymore.
During the winter, I'll buy two or three loaves of different breads, then divide each in half, freeze all but one or two halves, and eat up the rest. This way, no matter the weather, I (almost) never run out of bread. My Dad the Bread Man would be proud.
Originally Posted by Andy M.
...I also freeze the bagels I make. I wrap them individually in plastic wrap and and put them in a Ziplock bag...
That's how I wrap-and-freeze my scones. When I bake them, I will make at least 2 dozen. Tempting as it is to eat them all up, I freeze most for later.