At the moment, I am storing 4 different types of bread. One in a bread box and the other 3 in the freezer. My husband will only eat soft WONDER bread…although I have managed to convince him to eat the whole wheat version. His bread is the one in the bread box. I love heartier breads and always have one loaf of VERMONT Cinnamon Raisin bread and PEPPERIDGE FARMS deli flats…which are perfect for sandwiches! (ARNOLD’S has the same type of deli flats, but they don’t measure up in flavor to the PEPPERIDGE FARMS brand.) And at the moment I also have whole wheat English muffins. If I were to purchase all of my breads without freezing them, they would go bad long before I could consume them all. DO NOT PLACE BREAD IN THE FREEZER WITHOUT SEPARATING EACH SLICE! The moisture in the breads will cause the slices to freeze together making it impossible to separate. I separate each slice of bread with waxed paper that I have cut into 4-5 inch squares. I also separate the Deli Flats and the English muffins as I sometimes only need one half at a time. I put the slices back in the plastic bag the bread came in and remove the desired number of slices as needed. I toast them and make sandwiches without thawing.