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The perfect formula for toast

From the BBC:

Food scientists at the UK's University of Leeds have developed a formula for making the perfect piece of toast.

The equation - which details butter and toast temperature - took three months and cost £10,000 to develop.

Researchers' found that people think the perfect piece of toast should have partly melted butter patches on it, improving its taste and texture.

For this to work, the butter should be applied at fridge temperature of five degrees Celsius, the equation shows.

The formula was developed following research commissioned by the butter brand Lurpak made by Leeds-based Arla Foods. More.

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