Toasting bread is a good thing: It helps butter melt into it and it can turn a flabby slice into one that feels like it’s got some oomph. However, therein lies the hidden evil of toasting: It often is used to disguise the fact that a piece of bread is stale. Sometimes, that’s quite alright; but with certain breads, such as bagels and baguettes, toasting only serves to remind the eater that they are NOT oven-fresh and probably weren’t so good to begin with.

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