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I work in a returant and I am amazed at the food we throw away I started saving bread crust we aren't allowed to use these and to me it is the best part of the bread so I have been bring them home and I have made french toast and bread pudding for almost nothing and we have really

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  1. #1
    supermom3199
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    I work in a returant and I am amazed at the food we throw away I

    started saving bread crust we aren't allowed to use these and to me it

    is the best part of the bread so I have been bring them home and I have

    made french toast and bread pudding for almost nothing and we have

    really enjoyed this as a almost free treat








  2. #2
    Suzi McMullen
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    Could make stuffing too I never allow the kids to leave their crust. But I think maybe now that I'm making it fresh I'll start cutting it off, cubing it and making stuffing.

    Suzi
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    From: supermom3199
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    Sent: Thursday, July 31, 2008 5:26 PM
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    I work in a returant and I am amazed at the food we throw away I
    started saving bread crust we aren't allowed to use these and to me it
    is the best part of the bread so I have been bring them home and I have
    made french toast and bread pudding for almost nothing and we have
    really enjoyed this as a almost free treat





  3. #3
    Yvonne
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    You can also make bread crumbs and use it in meat loaf and meat balls.



    Yvonne



    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "Suzi McMullen"

    wrote:

    >

    > Could make stuffing too I never allow the kids to leave their

    crust. But I think maybe now that I'm making it fresh I'll start

    cutting it off, cubing it and making stuffing.



    <SNIPPED BY MOD>






  4. #4
    Kim Mangels
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    I have also used them to make Italian bread crumbs to use on chicken

    fillets, etc. I waited until they were a little stale and then rubbed

    them over a grater to make fine crumbs. I loaded them in a 9x13 pan I

    had spritzed with oil and then seasoned them with an Italian seasoning

    blend and spritzed the crumbs too. I just kept spritzing and

    seasoning until I thought it looked good. I baked it in a 350 oven

    probably about 20 minutes but it would depend on the quantity you did.

    I did have to "break" them apart occasionally as they tended to stick

    together because of the oil. Over all it was pretty easy and they

    keep for a long time.








  5. #5
    Suzi McMullen
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    I really love some meat balls I've bought in the stores. Thanks for the idea. I just might experiment and try and come up with something spice wise that tastes the same or close enough.

    Suzi
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    ----- Original Message -----
    From: Yvonne
    To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com
    Sent: Thursday, July 31, 2008 9:49 PM
    Subject: Re: Budget101.com : bread crust





    You can also make bread crumbs and use it in meat loaf and meat balls.

    Yvonne

    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "Suzi McMullen"
    wrote:
    >
    > Could make stuffing too I never allow the kids to leave their
    crust. But I think maybe now that I'm making it fresh I'll start
    cutting it off, cubing it and making stuffing.

    <SNIPPED BY MOD>




  6. #6
    Kelly Tanner
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    I have used them to make a homemade version of stove top stuffing as well as croutons, bread pudding, take to a duck pond for feeding, etc

    Kelly in Kentville, Nova Scotia



  7. #7
    Jacqui Caruso
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    You can toast them and make croutons!! Even your own bread crums for coating pork chops...

    Jacqui C.


    On Thu, Jul 31, 2008 at 6:26 PM, supermom3199 <supermom3199@yahoo.com> wrote:

    I work in a returant and I am amazed at the food we throw away I
    started saving bread crust we aren&#39;t allowed to use these and to me it

    is the best part of the bread so I have been bring them home and I have
    made french toast and bread pudding for almost nothing and we have
    really enjoyed this as a almost free treat[/quote]



 

 

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