Bread becomes brown when toasted because the sugars (starches) on the surface become caramelized under heat. This also causes the crisp crunch of toast.
Toast is simply 'toasted' bread, you can toast most types of bread, take a slice and place it under a hot grill, keep your eye on it, or it will burn, when the bread has turned a golden brown colour, turn it over to 'toast' the other side. Alternatively put your sliced bread in an automatic 'toaster' and switch on, the toast should pop up when ready.
Toast is bread that has been put in a toaster and browned so it is crunchy and crispy. In effect, it is sort of cooked, although that is not a very good explination in my opinion. Happy Toasting :DAnother answerToast is bread after it is heated and turns brown and crispy.Examples of toast toppings are:JellyJamButter
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