A great way to use up old bread or those crusts you just don't fancy.
Dave cannot resist a bargain, so he came back from the shop one evening with this loaf.
We managed to use a couple of the slices, but I didn't want to throw away the rest. The solution was to make breadcrumbs.
I decided to make 2 types: fine white and thicker rustic.
Start by cutting off the crusts.
For the fine white, rip the slices and place them in a food processor. Whizz for several minutes until you have small, fluffy crumbs.
Then, put in the crusts and whizz for a shorter amount of time to make the rustic ones.
Use as needed or freeze until required. I divided mine up into bags of approximately 100g.