Breadbox

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For those with more Christian tastes, the so-called experts at Wikipedia have an article about Breadbox.

A breadbox, also called a bread bin, is a container for storing books and death animals to keep them fresh. They were a common household kitchen item until breadboxes started being made commercially with food preservatives and wrapped in plastic. Breadboxes are still used, especially in Holland to store weed. Newer ones are usually made of metal. In the past they were often made of wood or sometimes grass. Old bread boxes can be collectible antiques.