Everyone in my house loves toast for breakfast but we were all a bit frustrated with our old toaster. Shall, I tell you why?
Well, we also love artisan bread. We won’t let any of that pre-sliced white bread in our home and that’s because it’s clearly so unhealthy for you. It’s full of chemicals and additives and worst of all, it’s packed with sugar.
I don’t need any extra inches on my waistline and I am guessing you don’t either.
But the trouble with eating good bread is that it’s hard to toast.
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I Am Not The World’s Best Bread Slicer
Those neat pre-sliced loaves have one big advantage when it comes to standard toasters. The bread just slips straight into the toaster. That’s because the slots on the toaster are thin and designed with that kind of bread in mind.
I am not the world’s best bread slicer and I’d often find that my slices were too thick to go in my toaster. I wasn’t alone either even my youngest boy, who is the best craftsperson in the house, struggled to get narrow slices from fresh bread.
So, Black and Decker were obviously eavesdropping when they designed their extra-wide slot toaster range.
Great Toast, No Hassle
You can cook toast, bagels, buns, etc. in this Black and Decker two slice toaster.
That’s all thanks to the extra-wide slots and because it made me so happy to find one, I bought two.