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Toasting bread

busbuddy

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Oct 2, 2018
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swift suntor 630G
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I thought grills were part of the stoves. Our little caravan had twin spinflo stoves with grill underneath, no oven. Takes hardly any extra space up ?
My last German motorhome had just 2 gas rings....that was it
Used one of the flat wire toasters on a ring for a few years but once I had solar I just ran a small toaster off an inverter
 
Sep 5, 2018
5
4
Harrogate, North Yorkshire
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56,014
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Weinsberg 601K PVC
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Since 2018 with over 30k miles already...!
We have used this type for many years. Works very well on the gas burner in the van or a small portable gas one outside the van for when you have breakfast outside. Also very cheap 6-10€/£View attachment 387587
Same with us - great piece of kit. Though you have to get the crumbs out regularly or enjoy the smoky aroma when cooking the next piece of bread...!

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gwyntaxi

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Jun 9, 2009
576
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hymer starline 655
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42yearscaravanning&motorhoming
What do people use to toast bread? I don't want a mains powered toaster but something I can either put on the hob or in the oven. Probably hob actually, the oven takes a bit longer to heat up.

This kind of contraption is available on Amazon for £6 so it's worth a try but I wanted to ask if anyone else has already done the research into perfect toast on the go?
Hi vantastic,
I have tried that particular "toaster" and found it to be totally useless for making an acceptable piece of toast.
A few posts further down Willinfrance shows a photo of one he has been using for years, I also have this particular one and it's the best I have come across to date. You have to keep an eye on it and move the slices (2)frequently and it will produce an acceptable piece of toast.. I bought mine off a seller on Ebay s few years ago, but I have seen them recently on ebay still at £7.99. hope this helps.
 

gwyntaxi

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Jun 9, 2009
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What do people use to toast bread? I don't want a mains powered toaster but something I can either put on the hob or in the oven. Probably hob actually, the oven takes a bit longer to heat up.

This kind of contraption is available on Amazon for £6 so it's worth a try but I wanted to ask if anyone else has already done the research into perfect toast on the go?
Hi vantastic,
I have tried that particular "toaster" and found it to be totally useless for making an acceptable piece of toast.
A few posts further down Willinfrance shows a photo of one he has been using for years, I also have this particular one and it's the best I have come across to date. You have to keep an eye on it and move the slices (2)frequently and it will produce an acceptable piece of toast.. I bought mine off a seller on Ebay s few years ago, but I have seen them recently on ebay still at £7.99. hope this helps.
 

gwyntaxi

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Jun 9, 2009
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hymer starline 655
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42yearscaravanning&motorhoming
What do people use to toast bread? I don't want a mains powered toaster but something I can either put on the hob or in the oven. Probably hob actually, the oven takes a bit longer to heat up.

This kind of contraption is available on Amazon for £6 so it's worth a try but I wanted to ask if anyone else has already done the research into perfect toast on the go?
Hi there,
Me again, I have just seen a few on Ebay from £7.9 to £10.50. It was listed under "stove top camping toaster.

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gwyntaxi

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Jun 9, 2009
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Agree, are we missing something or are there people out there without a grill?
The best grill I had was on the full cooker in my auto-trail made great toast, but the van itself was a heap of rubbish couldn't get rid of it quick enough.
 
Jul 27, 2010
753
1,331
Farnham Surrey
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12,869
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C Class
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on and off since 1980
There's only one way to toast bread
A It must be fresh a unsliced bloomer, thick cut and then toasted using a copper toasting fork before a red hot blazing fire.
B Then spread with best Butter or as was our custom of a Saturday night with Browns dripping, salted to taste.
Oh ! happy days , nowadays being Celiac I cannot eat bread with gluten, barred from having Butter, and no longer have a.fire!!
Always knew when I came home from school, if we had a coke fire going it was toast for tea.
 
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