Bread and Compost

I like to have a fresh loaf of bread every week, but I don't always finish it. My girlfiriend *hates* to throw out the old bread, but we will never eat it.
Can I put it in the compost bin along with all the veggie and fruit waste? Okay, I know I can, but will it make decent compost?
Many thanks!
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Jim Carr said:

It's just another ingredient. Won't make the compost any less decent than it is already. Won't make it any more decent, either. Just rots with all the rest of the stuff.
I keep my bread in the freezer (bread from a local baker, with no preservatives). I know it's best fresh, but we don't come anywhere near eating it all before it would spoil and I hate to see it go to waste. I just haw it out a couple of slices at a time in the microwave. Not quite as good as before freezing but much better than grocery store 'brand name' breads.
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Yes and Yes. I'd rather use the bread to feed the birds.
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