Well, if this isn’t the most boring blog post ever, I don’t know what is.
Although, I suppose I could tell you how to fold wash rags. That might be even boringer. I mean – more boring. I was just trying to sound like the seven year old in my household, who is just now finally getting the hang of some of those grammatically correct statements. But I tell you what – he could not be more cuter if he tried. :)
I’m warning you now that the above paragraph was one of the most excitingest in this whole post. Making bread crumbs is seriously a no brainer. I guarantee that finding something else to do besides reading this would be much more funner.
Oh look at me, getting carried away. And you thought you came here for a little bit of grown-up conversation. ;)
Anyway, as I cleaned out my fridge a few days ago, I found several bags with a few straggling pieces of my Honey Whole Wheat Bread. No one was ever going to eat them because they were dried out and stale. What to do? Feed the birds? Sure, maybe. But I find that having bread crumbs on hand for making Meat Loaf or Salmon Patties is very handy.
Therefore, I got out my food processor, obliterated the stale bread, and within 30 seconds I had a jar of bread crumbs in my freezer.
I bet after reading this, you feel so enlightened and encouraged, you’re going to search high and low in your kitchen until you find some stale bread – just so you can try this incredibly exciting and useful tip.
Your day just got a whole lot gooder, didn’t it? :)