This morning, as I was waiting for the 4-slice toaster to do what it's supposed to do, a question occurred to me.
Why do toasters have a "9" temperature setting?
Is there anything that we can stick in the toaster that would require such a high temperature setting without setting off every smoke alarm in the neighbourhood?
We've gone through many toasters over the years, and I've never seen the need for any temperature beyond the mid-point. A 4, 5 or maybe even a 6.
So what exactly are the other high temperatures for? Perhaps thawing frozen bread before toasting? Ok, that might require a 7. On the other hand, has anyone ever thawed frozen bread and have it toasted to perfection in one go? Or does it inevitably pop and require that you push the toaster plunger back down for another few minutes?
Maybe they're in cahoots with the bakers of the world.
I wonder if the toaster manufacturers have an answer to this question.
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