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lostsadie 02-15-2007 09:55 PM

toasting in moderation
 
I am some would call an avid bread eater. I could eat it all day...varying kinds mind you. I don't always find it necessary to toast, but every once in a while I can't resist. There is no smell as refreshing as fresh toast.

I've just found a new bread I like and it may sum this up a bit. It's made of sprouted grains...so very rare in bread today...it's crunchy and good. It has no flour or preservatives and the recipe it's self comes from times before toasters. Ezekiel 4:9...

Being a sprout myself I like the ability to toast if I want...but it great be a part of the bread...I hate the idea that all that flour can mess it up for everybody...

Audreyvgs 02-16-2007 11:18 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by trisherina
These toasters cannot manage the more abstruse breads. It is the way of cheap toasters.



Isnt this the bread calling the toast black?

zero 02-16-2007 12:28 PM

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Originally Posted by Hyakujo's Fox
I just worry some toaster will toast some jam in this bread.

sorry meesterFox the penny of your toast only just dropped for me! (good to see you back toasting again btw) aye i share your concern however as i see it the majority of jam toasters in this bloody awful and apparently never-ending jam toaster infestation of ours seem to almost exclusively toast their jam via the CREATE NEW BREAD button, apart from the ToffeePress-type jam toasters who seem to like toasting their jam in existing breads

dinzdale 02-16-2007 01:49 PM

bagel?

Coffee 02-16-2007 02:27 PM

As an old toaster, I'd recommend, to both new and old toasters, against using unnecessary flames in breads. Trying to pull the breads out of the fire usually results in shocks to all involved and ruined toasts. Scraping breads after the fact rarely removes the bad taste that results from flames. As an old toaster I've burnt some breads myself before, and have regretted the results. These days I try to carefully monitor bread making and toasting to avoid it. I'd like to apologize here to any toasters who's wires I may have crossed in the past that have resulted in burnt toasts.
Carry on and enjoy your toasts.

zero 02-16-2007 04:46 PM

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Originally Posted by dinzdale
bagel?


:mad: quit with the deliberately annoying poptarts!!

dinzdale 02-16-2007 07:21 PM

waffle?

zero 02-16-2007 07:50 PM

:rolleyes: ffs professor toast a new bread of your own and why not make it a roll?

to do this simply click the 'yes! toast a roll' checkbox

e.g what is professor dinzdale's most annoying toast in my bread?
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Originally Posted by dinzdale
Muffin?

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Originally Posted by dinzdale
Crumpet?

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Originally Posted by dinzdale
Panini?

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Originally Posted by dinzdale
Bagel?

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Originally Posted by dinzdale
Waffle?


lostsadie 02-16-2007 09:25 PM

^^^

Some prefer stale toast
:D

trisherina 02-17-2007 01:54 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Audreyvgs
Isnt this the bread calling the toast black?

I can take the toast, rather than getting out of the kitchen. You?

dinzdale 02-19-2007 11:05 AM

Kaiser?

trisherina 02-19-2007 11:54 AM

Hot cross?
Scotch bap?
Crusty?
Dinner?
Whole WHEAT?

dinzdale 02-19-2007 12:31 PM

Hoagie?

zenbabe 02-19-2007 04:52 PM

Why all the fuss? As long as people are toasting, the bread will stay alive.

zero 02-19-2007 05:11 PM

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Originally Posted by zenbabe
As long as people are toasting, the bread will stay alive.

zenbabies the last thing we knead is for this to become another bread killers bread


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