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frozen toast

Quick breakfast treat
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Just pop two slices of frozen toast into the toaster and in 30 to 45 seconds you have toast.
chazz3, Jun 30 2000

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       Actually, in 30 to 45 seconds you have soggy toast-flavored bread.
StarChaser, Jul 01 2000
  

       I bet it would work if you could microwave the frozen toast. What if you don't own a toaster?
mika_ranta, Jul 01 2000
  

       See above comment.
StarChaser, Jul 01 2000
  

       This works. Try it. It's not soggy; there's no more water in frozen bread than there is in regular bread.   

       Several vendors sell frozen toaster thingies that are basically pastries filled with stuff (eggs, cheese, etc).   

       The biggest problem is finding the appropriate setting for the toaster. Too low, and it's still frozen or cold; too high, and it's burnt.
egnor, Jul 01 2000
  

       Why bother heating the bread?
AM_Jenni, Jul 02 2000
  

       Actually it's only microwaving bread that makes it warm and soggy, or superhard and crunchy. Toasting would <and has> worked. I thought the original person said 'microwave', not 'toaster'...
StarChaser, Jul 03 2000
  

       There's no point in having frozen toast and heating it up in a toaster. You can make perfect toast from frozen, sliced bread - Take frozen bread slice from sliced loaf in freezer, put in toaster, toast, and Voila! - a couple of minutes later you have a lovely slice of toast.
hippo, Jul 04 2000
  

       Ok, so, you're going to bother heating the bread up anyway, right? No time savings there. Why not engineer the bread to make the frozen state a space savings instead, and preserve it longer? That way, you could pop these little Golden Graham-sized frozen jobs into your toaster, and in a few moments, you have toast! That way, you could store/preserve a much greater amount of bread in a much smaller space...   

       that is, if you're going to bother freezing toast anyway...   

       y'know what? forget it... I'll just cast my -1 vote...
absterge, Jul 13 2000
  

       Yup. Toasting frozen bread works fine for me. Except for egg on toast. I can never seem to get the egg back out of the toaster.
Alcin, Aug 31 2000
  

       Toast on a Stick was advertised on David Letterman for years by the lovely Larry 'Bud' Melman.
thumbwax, Aug 31 2000
  

       I just love hot ice cream on frozen toast.
jurgo, Sep 06 2000
  

       If you are without a toaster, you can toast bread on the range in a frying pan with or without butter in a non-stick pan. Fire is quite versatile.
Vance, Feb 07 2001
  

       Chief Quimby = Peter Sealy. Brilliant.
hippo, Feb 09 2001
  

       and the point of this is -- ?
Sparki, Sep 26 2001
  

       To eat it?
pottedstu, Sep 26 2001
  

       Seems to be much like dehydrated water, Sparki. '<Dehydrated water/Frozen toast>! Just <add water/toast>'.
StarChaser, Sep 29 2001
  

       toast lollies anyone?
po, Sep 29 2001
  

       question. what about the run off from the frozen water? wouldnt that cause problems for the toaster? or does it immediately evaporate...   

       e.
eckies, Oct 09 2001
  
      
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