Everyone knows the little knob (or lever or what have you) on toasters with the picture of a white piece of toast on one side and a black piece of toast on the other. Now, I know that one picture will get my lightly toasted toast, and the other will get me very toasted toast. What I don’t know, though, is how it makes it more toasted. Does it toast at the same heat for longer? Or does it toast with more heat for the same time?
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