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brown bread gets nice and toasted about twice as fast as white, why?
a built-in smoke-detector
Now, if only they made a toaster with a built-in smoke-detector that automatically switched off when it had gone too far...
...except for a fresh out of the oven French baguette
I don't know how significant the effect is but dark coloured stuff will absorb more light than white stuff. It's possible the same is true for absorbing IR and so the brown bread heats quicker.
Doesn't your toaster have some sort of knob to let you set the darkness of your toast?
or a built in light meter -get it just the brownness you like.