I pretty much freeze every loaf of bread I buy these days. Summertime in the city means serious humidity, and it seems if I don’t freeze my bread it goes bad before I get halfway through it. I don’t mind freezing it, but it means the bread must be toasted when I want to eat it. Well, sometimes a girl wants a sandwich on soft (un-toasted) bread, so I’m looking to find an alternative. I’ve never had a bread box before, and I’m wondering if it’s actually a useful contraption. Is it simply storage, or will it help with freshness? Do any of you store your bread in a box? I found this great looking bread bin over at Joseph Joseph. It’s 100% melamine and the lid doubles as a bread board. The bright red color would work great in my kitchen, but I don’t know if it’s going to save me from my freezer. Any advice? — Erica P.