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Old 09-26-2007, 08:22 PM   #11
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Well it's not so much about browning toast as it is making gluten free bread taste edible. A frying pan doesn't really work for that, plus it's a lot more work when I just want a "cold" sandwich. Plus, once or twice a day, every day, getting out the stove gets old.

I thought the toast stand worked better than a frying pan, but the gluten free bread is also 2/3 the size, so they tend to fall through.
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Old 09-27-2007, 02:51 PM   #12
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Truck stops have various 12v appliances including toaster ovens, thought about buying one last time I was at a Flying J, bought a 12v coffee maker instead. They also had 12v sauce pans, popcorn makers etc...

Go to the really big ones

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Old 09-27-2007, 03:38 PM   #13
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alot of 12 v appliances
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Jage,

I think this is the TOAST thread I remembered wen we were making toast this last weekend in Big Bend Ranch State Park....

We had wanted to make toast to have with oatmeal for breakfast.
We did not want to use a real toaster because of the energy usage.
I was thinking of the frying pan method and brought along a small frying pan that is the lid to a cook kit, and we were going to use our portable propane stove....


....but when it came down to it, we decided to try our little George Forman grill.

We used some no-fat low-cal spray on butter (don't ask how you have butter with no fat, 'cause I don't get it), and the little grill made a pieces of toast in far less time than our toaster at home and it was a nice piece of toast. It even has little grill marks.

SO I think we have found our toast solution.

The best part is that the same little grill can grill sandwiches in no time flat. It also cooks two small chicken breasts or obe large one about 5 minutes. ...and it does the same for steaks.

AND it is tiny.

We used this to cook steak or chicken ever night in BBRSP, and we toasted our sandwiches for lunch, and we made toast for breakfast.

This little gem is staying in the SMB permanently.
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Old 11-28-2008, 04:41 PM   #15
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What's the power consumption?

We used to have a foreman grill, but I can't eat veggie patties because of my wheat allergy, and we stopped using it because there is not much left to make on it.

Anyway, I can tell you the secret of fat free butter spray if you're interested.
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Old 09-02-2010, 03:48 PM   #16
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Re: Toaster / Toaster Oven?

my wife cant eat Gluten either i have to agree that most gluten bread is nasty. but i have tell she makes the best gluten bread she don't need to toast hers any more for a sandwich. Its in lt gluten free flour . You may look at that i can get you the name of it if you would like.
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