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Saturate the toast in the mixture of milk an egg. Then fry it to golden brown.

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and egg. Then fry it until it is golden brown or fry it until it is golden brown in colour.

Soak would be more natural than saturate.
Nona The Britand egg. Then fry it until it is golden brown or fry it until it is golden brown in colour.

Soak would be more natural than saturate.

Thanks, Nona.

Got it.
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Nona The Britand egg. Then fry it until it is golden brown or fry it until it is golden brown in colour.

Soak would be more natural than saturate.
And unless the bread is extremely dry and/or dense, your French toast will turn out better if it's just "dipped" in the mixture.
Philip
Nona The Brit
and egg. Then fry it until it is golden brown or fry it until it is golden brown in colour.

Soak would be more natural than saturate.

And unless the bread is extremely dry and/or dense, your French toast will turn out better if it's just "dipped" in the mixture.
Thanks, Philip.

Tip works much better, I concur.
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Philip
Nona The Brit
and egg. Then fry it until it is golden brown or fry it until it is golden brown in colour.

Soak would be more natural than saturate.

And unless the bread is extremely dry and/or dense, your French toast will turn out better if it's just "dipped" in the mixture.
Thanks, Philip.

Tip works much better, I concur.

Just so there's no misunderstanding: dip.
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And finally, use bread, not toast. You don't toast the bread first.
Grammar GeekAnd finally, use bread, not toast. You don't toast the bread first.
Thanks, GG.

But I don't get it-why don't use "toast" but "bread?" What does it mean-You don't toast the bread first.

PS Sorry for the typo--tip, Philip.
Angliholic
Grammar GeekAnd finally, use bread, not toast. You don't toast the bread first.
Thanks, GG.

But I don't get it-why don't use "toast" but "bread?" What does it mean-You don't toast the bread first.

PS Sorry for the typo--tip, Philip.

u dip the 'bread' in first, then u 'toast' it!

u cant dip the 'toast' in and then 'toast' it, again!

get it?
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