While there's no such thing as too much bread, it's helpful to know how to freeze a good loaf so you can enjoy it later.
1. If you plan to serve the loaf whole in the future, you can freeze it whole. If you tend to enjoy it more slowly, slice your loaf so that you can pull out and thaw one slice at time.
2. Double wrap your bread, first in plastic wrap then in foil. It can go directly in the freezer at this point, but I like to wrap it again in a freezer bag and date it.
3. Pull it out as needed. To thaw the whole loaf, place in the refrigerator overnight. Or you can toast individual slices straight from the freezer.
4. Bread will keep, frozen, up to 6 months.