Why is my baked bread so hard?

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How do you keep bread from getting hard in the oven?

Freezing the bread is the very best way to keep it from getting hard and crusty, and if you do that, you should use an airtight bag or freezer-safe container.

How do you make bread soft when baking?

Wrap the bread in a damp (not soaking) towel, place on a baking sheet, and pop it in the oven for 5-10 minutes. In the microwave: Wrap the bread in a damp (not soaking) towel, place it on a microwave-safe dish, and microwave on high for 10 seconds. Check and repeat if necessary.

Why is my bread so tough?

Toughness is usually the result of either too much gluten (which in turn comes from using a flour too high in protein), or not enough fat (or possibly adding the fat at the wrong time). Poor volume on the other hand is usually the result of using low-protein flour, and thus not having enough gluten formation.

What do I do if my bread is too hard?

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  1. Method 1: Put bread in a bag with some celery.
  2. Method 2: Microwave bread with a damp paper towel.
  3. Method 3: Wrap bread in foil and bake it.
  4. Method 4: Spritz bread with water and bake it.
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At what temperature do I bake bread?

So what temperature is the best temperature to bake bread at? For standard bread the best baking temperature is 220-230C (435-450F). Often midway through the bake the heat is turned down to 200-210C (390-410F). Bread that contains lots of sugar or fat needs a cooler oven to stop it burning.

How can I make my bread more chewy?

Add Some Salt

Adding salt to your bread dough can increase its chewiness because the electrical charges in the salt prevent the electrically charged portion of the glutenin proteins from repelling one another. That means the glutenin proteins can bond more closely with one another and form a stronger gluten network.