I am drying a loaf of sourdough on my counter. There is a lot of it, so I will need to store some of the dried cubes. My question is, how do I store it and how will I know if it is no longer good to cook with? Also, is it better to just put it in the oven to dry it rather than on the counter?
I just left a loaf of sourdough from T. joe's, chopped into big-ish cubes, overnight on the counter in one layer on a pan. They were dried the next morning and everyone loved the stuffing I made with it, so that's the way to go. Not really complicated. As long as your bread is dry/stale, your stuffing won't be too mushy, especially if you toast off the top