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Pumpkin bread cooling. Need quick advice!

worktogthr

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So I made a couple of loaves of pumpkin chocolate chip bread. It's a recipe I have used a bunch of times before. In the past I let it cool completely on a wire rack which usually took a couple of hours. I would then slice it (or sometimes not) and store in an airtight container (not in the fridge) and it would stay moist and delicious for 4-5 days. Problem is... It's already late and I want to go to bed. Can it sit on the counter overnight without any ill effects? I get up fairly early, around 5:45 and I can cover it up then. Thanks so much for any advice you can give me.

-Chris
 

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So I made a couple of loaves of pumpkin chocolate chip bread. It's a recipe I have used a bunch of times before. In the past I let it cool completely on a wire rack which usually took a couple of hours. I would then slice it (or sometimes not) and store in an airtight container (not in the fridge) and it would stay moist and delicious for 4-5 days. Problem is... It's already late and I want to go to bed. Can it sit on the counter overnight without any ill effects? I get up fairly early, around 5:45 and I can cover it up then. Thanks so much for any advice you can give me.

-Chris
Cover it with a dry tea towel and get some sleep!
 

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So I made a couple of loaves of pumpkin chocolate chip bread. It's a recipe I have used a bunch of times before. In the past I let it cool completely on a wire rack which usually took a couple of hours. I would then slice it (or sometimes not) and store in an airtight container (not in the fridge) and it would stay moist and delicious for 4-5 days. Problem is... It's already late and I want to go to bed. Can it sit on the counter overnight without any ill effects? I get up fairly early, around 5:45 and I can cover it up then. Thanks so much for any advice you can give me.

-Chris
Just send it to me, I'll take care of it for you!
 

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So I made a couple of loaves of pumpkin chocolate chip bread. It's a recipe I have used a bunch of times before. In the past I let it cool completely on a wire rack which usually took a couple of hours. I would then slice it (or sometimes not) and store in an airtight container (not in the fridge) and it would stay moist and delicious for 4-5 days. Problem is... It's already late and I want to go to bed. Can it sit on the counter overnight without any ill effects? I get up fairly early, around 5:45 and I can cover it up then. Thanks so much for any advice you can give me.

-Chris
Chris you have to know by now 
 



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