Freezing loaves, biscuits, pizza dough and breadsticks

I have several great recipes for different types of bread. Many recipes already come as large batches and that's fine with me. But I'd love to be able to freeze the loaves/biscuits/pizza/breadsticks, then reheat them later and have them taste just as good. Searching around google hasn't helped as there are so many different answers. There was a wonderful recipe here yesterday on Photograzing, for example, that had breadsticks. That would be something I'd love to make, freeze, then reheat later.

So the questions are, how do I properly freeze the above things, how do you reheat them properly, and how long do they last in a freezer? I have an upright freezer in the basement for long term storage.

Thank you!

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