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How do you like your toast...

Just Rob. Sep 11, 2019

  1. Just Rob.

    Just Rob. Moderator Staff Member Moderator Regional Rep Team Brilliant Black Team Daytona TFSI Owners Group Gold Supporter VCDS Map User Audi A4 Audi Avant Owner Group quattro S-line owners group Manual

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    Evening chaps.
    A bit of a follow on really to my Bacon Sandwich thread some time ago, which did show some wild variation to the traditional bacon sarny .
    Anyway , down to the nitty gritty and the big question "how do you like your toast" .

    I'm a bit of toast person really and do like toast for breakfast with my frosties, well not actually with frosties...lol, that would be so wrong.

    I'm of the preference that I like toast to be toast , none of this light brown slightly touched stuff, has to be nice and toasted , dark brown .
    Bread wise is also key to decent toast for me, it needs to be thick so when toasted its not like a piece of cardboard that would double as a frizzbee.:haha:

    From my experience the right bread is critical for the best toast, I've tried a lot over the years and only a few have been worthy of the title super toast.

    On a recent visit to our local waitrose the wife found a new loaf to try, its called a " black sheep tiger bloomer" and it is by far the nicest loaf I have had for years, nice and toasty on the outside with a soft texture, brilliant and it is nice as just plain bread too.

    for a topping just nice butter or with some tiptree marmalade...yum, if i'm feeling dangerous a bit of bacon on top,double yum..

    anyway, what is your preference and with what topping.
     
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  3. martin1984

    martin1984 Well-Known Member Team Silver TDi Audi A4 Audi Avant Owner Group

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    Im with you on the thick bread side and toast should be a good brown colour now im a bit funny with the topping as in if im goint to eat it straight away then butter straight on if i now its going to go cold i wait till its cold so the butter doesn't melt into the bread
    And the crust is the best slice of bread for toast if it fits in a toaster then its not thick enough.

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    Now cold toast, that's a non starter for me to be honest, I needs to be warm as a minimum, but i'm just a tad picky.:icon thumright:
     
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    Warburton's farmhouse dark toasted with flora spread and then peanut butter
    Or chocolate spread. Or jam actually.
    Not marmalade though

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    A nice medium brown, preferably made with white bread, with yeast extract. Not a big brands guy, the supermarket stuff spreads better than the big brand. Either buttered straight out of the toaster, or if I fancy a change left for a minute or so which means the butter mixes with the yeast extract. Yummy!
     
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    Nice thick white slice, warburtons toastied or something like that. Nice golden brown, with room temp butter so it spreads nicely and then pineapple jam. Eaten one as soon as there made. It’s an orgy in your mouth. I need to go make some now


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    On a plate lol
     

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