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Discussion in 'General' started by dan k, Mar 14, 2011.
why do all toasters have a setting that burns the toast to a horrible crisp?
who eats that shit?
I'll admit I actually have a great toaster and ahve no problems with burning toast, waffles, bagels, etc.
Thats a damn good point.
I'm thinking there are other things you can toast that maybe require some more heat?
Perhaps frozen pastries?
At the full setting mine is perfect for toast and bagels and english muffins
Dude tell me about it.
I went on a 20 minute rant about how toasters should just have one setting - toasted. 1/4 of the way around (my toaster has a dial you set) the dial and it's perfect. But if you go like 1/3 of the way it's dark. 1/2 if basically black.
I don't even know what would happen if I put it on full.
So I put a mark with a sharpie where it should be to just toast the damn toast. Now I never fuck up.
I too have often wondered about this. We recently bought a new toaster. Got a great deal on it. 39$ originally 119$. The damn thing works like a charm at any setting below 3/4 but above that your pulling charcoal out of said toaster.