First let me say, I love avocado toast. It’s not because I’m a millennial, but because it’s extremely delicious and pretty healthy. I also love the occasional PB&J which is also good when it’s toasted. A toasted bagel with a veggie cream cheese spread is a favorite as well. I guess you could say, my wife and I probably use our toaster every weekend or at least every other weekend.
Growing up, it was one of the first ways I knew how to make my own “breakfast.” I’d wake up around 6:30 AM to start getting ready for school. My parents would also get ready for work so there wasn’t really time to sit down and eat breakfast. I just popped a pop-tart in the toaster and off to school I went. We went through about three or four toasters. Until recently, I never really considered that toasters also need to be maintained to hold their peak performance.
This blew my mind! Can you imagine the piles and piles of crumbs that are going to fall out of your current toaster once you find it’s tray? I can definitely tell you that you could build a toaster crumb castle with what’s at the bottom of mine. Definitely doing this immediately!