The best thing since the creation of bread may just be... sliced bread. Soft bread slices have the perfect absorbent texture for picking up tiny pieces of broken glass, gently cleaning dust off your precious oil paintings, and even safely removing splinters from your finger when soaked with milk and taped to your skin with a bandage.
In the kitchen, bread is perfect for preventing grease fires, absorbing smelly odors, and reducing the burnt flavor of your overcooked rice. However many surprisingly practical non-edible uses bread has, keep in mind that stale bread also has quite a number of edible uses as well—like using them to make croutons, homemade bread crumbs, or bread pudding.
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In a nutshell: bread is awesome. Got your own practical uses for bread, non-edible or otherwise? Share with us by commenting below!
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