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    How do you close your bread bags?

    Twist ties annoy me but I use them while the bag is still pretty full...once it goes down a bit tho its twist and tuck time. :)


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    Just twist the top of the bag and twist the twist tie back on. if it has a bag clip, twist the bag and put the bag clip back on. Always twist the bag first no matter which method.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fuego View Post
    Just twist the top of the bag and twist the twist tie back on. if it has a bag clip, twist the bag and put the bag clip back on. Always twist the bag first no matter which method.
    No bread for you!

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    last 3-4 slices it's neutral evil all the way!

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    I'm a twist tie girl. If we have the bread bag out while we are eating, it's twist and tuck.

    Remember the old cellophane bread wrappers? If you weren't careful, your bread got all dry.

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