Breadbox

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British pronunciation/ˈbrɛdˌbɒks/
American pronunciation/ˈbredˌbɑks/
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a container, often made of wood, metal, or plastic, used for storing bread

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What is a "breadbox"?

A breadbox is a container specifically designed for storing bread and other baked goods to keep them fresh for longer periods. Traditionally made of wood, metal, or plastic, breadboxes come in various shapes and sizes, but they typically feature a hinged lid that opens and closes easily. The enclosed space helps to regulate humidity, preventing bread from drying out too quickly and keeping it from becoming stale. Some modern breadboxes also have ventilation holes or slits to allow air circulation while still maintaining the optimal moisture level for storing bread.

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The wooden breadbox had intricate carvings on its lid, adding a touch of elegance to the kitchen decor.
The breadbox with a tight-fitting lid was essential for keeping homemade bread from becoming stale.
The vintage kitchen featured a charming breadbox on the countertop, where freshly baked loaves were stored.
Sarah's grandmother's breadbox was handed down through generations and held sentimental value as well as keeping bread fresh.
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