Toasting Hints and Tips

Posted: September 10th, 2004 | Tags: | 8 Comments »
  • When toasting more than one slide of bread, use slices of similar size, thickness and freshness.
  • Old (yesterday’s) bread makes better toast than fresh bread, as it contains less moisture.
  • Old or thin bread will cook faster than fresh or thick bread, so use a lower setting.
  • Don’t use torn, curled up, or misshapen slices of bread as these may jam the ejectedion mechanism and could catch fire.
  • Sweet bread products (tea cakes, fruit load, etc.) brown much more quickly than ordinary bread, so should be toasted on a lighter setting.