It can be very helpful to know exactly how much bread crumbs is in one slice of bread. This is especially important if you are using fresh bread to make your own bread crumbs.
We looked at three different types of bread crumbs that you might need to make. The first is fine dried bread crumbs, which are the typical small, hard bread crumbs. You can get ¼ cup of these dried bread crumbs from a slice of bread.
The second type of bread crumbs are fresh bread crumbs. You can get 1/3 cup of fresh bread crumbs from a slice of bread.
The third type of bread crumbs are day old bread crumbs. You can get ½ cup of day old bread crumbs from a slice of bread.
The moisture content of bread can greatly impact the amount of bread crumbs you measure. For example, it is harder to make small bread crumbs out of fresh bread because of a higher moisture content, so the measured quantity is greater. We used 1 slice of typical sandwich bread for our measurements.
Now wyou know how much bread crumbs is one slice of bread.
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