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quote:Originally posted by Solvay_1927Or, best of all, just do what I do - leave it for the wife to do the washing up. (Just kidding my darling, just kidding ...)
quote:Originally posted by DoctorBeaverUpdate - it happens with white, wholemeal bread too. I haven't tried re-heating the plate yet. I'm leaving the washing-up until the morning: not because I'm a lazy bugger, but in the name of science [)]
quote:Oh wow thanks Paul....we can all leave our washing up for Pauls wife to do...brill !!
quote:Originally posted by robotjesusbetafor god sake its the most simple thing, the toast is heated and so releases steam the crums release steam and as the touch the plate it condenses causing it to go slightly soggy on a tiny scale, leaving it clinging to the plate bada bing bada boom ill have my nobel peace prize now[:p]Is that the mouthwash in your eyes?
quote:Originally posted by sharkeyandgeorgeye gods have we really nothing better to talk about or do than toast crumbs?Giggidy Giggidy GooThe philosopher Q man
quote:ye gods have we really nothing better to talk about or do than toast crumbs?Giggidy Giggidy Goo
quote:Or maybe you just need to wash your plates more often, that way new food won't stick to old.