Do you use fresh bread to make French toast?
My husband loves breads. Who doesn't? I make sourdough WW sandwich bread, twice a week, so my family can have fresh breads all the time.
Last week I got busy and behind schedule so we were out of my homemade sourdough bread for one day. My husband couldn't wait for one day so he bought a loaf of bread from the store. Then it was the weekend and I made bread again. So the SD bread was done and cooled and was sliced, ready to be served. Guess what? My husband wanted to use my freshly baked SD sandwich bread to make French toast! I asked him why he wouldn't use the store bought bread and he said "because I like this bread and I like French toast so I am going to use this to make French toast!" Some people make French toast because their bread has become old and stale! He said "I know, but I am going to use this bread because I like it."
I was mad, didn't make any more bread for 5 days. Today, he was out of bread (my bread) again. He knew I was annoyed so he said he would make Russian Black bread dough in the machine and asked me to shape the loaf and bake it for him. I said fine and I did just that. An hour later, the bread came out. I checked the internal temperature of the bread, it was 196F. Normally I wouldn't have any problems with 196F because I let my bread cool for a few hours before slicing into it. I explained to my husband why he should wait for the bread to cool but he didn't want to. He said "this is my bread and I am gonna do what I want to do with it."
Our 7-year-old son behaves better than his dad.