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The Breadpit is a Quirky Culinary Object for Protecting Your Fresh Grains

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: • References: florianhauswirth.ch & leibal
Grains are staple edibles in many households throughout the world and the Breadpit serves as another welcome means of keeping the freshness of such baked goods preserved. Designed by Florian Hauswirth, this delightfully domestic object deviates from the familiar breadbox and bread basket, and it's far more effective than leaving a loaf in its paper bag.

A beautiful wooden cutting board acts as the base of the Breadpit, providing a place to slice it into single servings. Aesthetically, this component behaves like a sort of pedestal. Thin strips of timber have been bent and joined to create a cage-like structure within the perimeter of the Breadpit's foundation. This gives your loaf some room to breath beneath a soft cloth cover. Stats for Lumber Loaf Cages Trending: This Year & Average
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