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Is Toasting Bread Time Consuming?

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Love2 honey,

Our toaster takes forever, too. :rolleyes:

But 22 minutes? :blink:

Maybe that -55 below weather you live in is causing a toaster malfunction??

:lol:

:lol: Yes - I know it may be a bit odd to time it but curiosity got the best of me. Will time how long it takes my homemade baguette to toast up tomorrow!

Just think of what you can do in 22 minutes. You can make a delicious meal, go for a walk, make a phone call to your internet provider (no, wait - that takes 202 minutes), read 1/10 of a book...

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Nope ---but they don't talk about poo either.

We have waaaaaay more fun apparently. :lol:

:lol::lol::lol:

I bet the urology forums discuss the other "p" word! But I can almost guarantee they do not discuss toasters.

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We are special. B)

Oh, yes we are! :P

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I just love the use of the word "wee" and think it ought to be incorporated much more into conversations. ;)

All better now. Virus only lasted a wee while. ;)

What does your toaster do? I didn't know that toasters which popped were a British thing.

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So here I am extending the thread on how long it takes to toast gluten free bread ;) I made bread yesterday with a different mix than usual. It turned out light and fluffy and when I toasted it last night it toasted to perfection at the first go! My toaster settings go to 6 and I toasted it at 3! Who could I share this news with if it wasn't for this forum. :lol:

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So here I am extending the thread on how long it takes to toast gluten free bread ;) I made bread yesterday with a different mix than usual. It turned out light and fluffy and when I toasted it last night it toasted to perfection at the first go! My toaster settings go to 6 and I toasted it at 3! Who could I share this news with if it wasn't for this forum. :lol:

(IH claps hands enthusiastically)

You achieved a 3! AND light and fluffy.

Holy mother of pearl, people ....It's a major breakthrough!

Geez louise, ours is set at 8!

Guys, this thread has the makings of a research article or a news story.

Can't you see the PubMed title or hear those headlines now?

"Significant data collected indicates that celiacs require longer toasting times for successful toasted products due to variables such as toasters, toaster ovens, wood burning stoves, weather conditions around the world, and various ingredients used to make that perplexing "food substance" called: gluten free bread."

News at 11.

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Oh forget all lthat IrishHeart - Navigator: give us the recipe :ph34r: -- oh darn, I see it was a mix :( -- from UK :( (or the independent Republic of Scotland) :D

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Oh forget all lthat IrishHeart - Navigator: give us the recipe :ph34r: -- oh darn, I see it was a mix :( -- from UK :( (or the independent Republic of Scotland) :D

Well, then... Nav should send some to everyone!

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