Not that kind of toast with clinking glasses. Actual, real, made-from-bread toast.
Toast is highly under-rated! Why? Well you can make it with a piece of bread. Just one piece (or more if necessary).
Lately I have been eating a piece of warm, buttery toast along with a small glass of chocolate milk made with sugar-free Nesquick. It really hits the spot. It keeps you full and satisfied while taking away the feeling of wanting more.
Toast is a gentle food. People often eat toast when they aren't feeling well instead of eating something heavy and getting sick again. It helps absorb gastric acid that often comes from a queasy stomach.
You can put any kind of topping on it: peanut butter, avocado, chicken salad, tuna salad, an egg and so much more. Lately I'm just eating it plain with butter.
A former co-worker of mine used to keep bread and a toaster in her classroom. Who can work well on an empty stomach? The fire marshal made her get rid of it.
Toast is low in fat, sodium, and sugar. It contains zero cholesterol. It contains iron which is good for the brain and carbs which is good for energy, so my co-worker was on the right track allowing students in her first period class to eat a piece of toast if they were hungry.
As you can see, we don't give toast as much credit as it deserves. But the way, quick poll. How do you like your toast done? The top four are 1-4 left-to-right and the bottom is 5-8. How do you like your toast done? Please take a minute and answer in the comments! Thanks!
|Speaking of toast... Here is an ironic sign. Always open, or closed?|
Below is more accurate than this, though, in this time of Covid!