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How to keep cookies fresh

Cookie OsmosisTo make cookies chewable again after becoming stale, just add bread.

Place a slice of fresh bread in with your cookies a day or two after you've baked them, or whenever you find their texture has deteriorated. The moisture from the fresh bread will migrate to your cookies (through cookie osmosis, see diagram above), rendering them soft and chewable again.

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Does anybody actually have trouble keeping cookies fresh? Don't you usually finish eating them in like 2 days?

Hmm.. maybe some people tend to eat them slowly, but not in my case. There's a couple of cookie monsters in my home!

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