How to cook the best toast EVER!

This is a VERY important Otter story! After much skilful nagging from me and Teddy, Otter Keeper has finally helped us make the first otter video. This is very exciting. We really hope you like it.

look at my Otter toast tutorial here

Me and Teddy feel very strongly about toast education you see… It really is more important than people think, so please put a link to our tutorial wherever you can.

Otter Keeper (he’s being quite useful at the moment)
has also put our video up on Youtube, so if you can, go over there and either put a link to it on your facebook/blog or give it the thumbs up!

and this is the link to the you tube page



  1. Louloute Otter February 8, 2011 at 7:18 am

    How could it be nobody made a comment to this amazing, wonderful, extraordinary, utmost useful tutorial ! Me keeper and all my otterfriends just love it ! Now I know where I can store all the toasts I made although the best is the firework when the toast leaps off toaster and of course the caution labels which are extremly useful! I love the little trolley you have for serving Otter keeper and I think I must get one, so TT can serve me toasts I made with the appropriated dignity ! Me and keeper hope that now you’ll make a series of tutorials for instance how to recycle or how to buy off internet (I need this urgently since I just discovered ebay which means great fun). You’ll be a wonderful and helpful teacher for all the things of current otterlife and you should ask official otter TV to show them several times a day : they’re just revolutionary !

  2. Jimmy Lee February 8, 2011 at 8:20 am

    What an incredibly helpful video. No wonder my toast never came out properly before (although liberal applications of jam tend to cover up almost anything). Rick will be most appreciative. The best video ever. I must figure out how to put it on the television.

  3. MKT February 8, 2011 at 8:31 am

    Brilliant! I now badly want a toast. Otter, you’re so amazing. This video is great.

  4. Grace February 8, 2011 at 8:51 am

    Now that you make the best toast evah, what else will you learn to cook? Why I bet you can get so good at cooking you can have dinner ready for otter keeper when he gets home from work! Yay!

  5. Helen February 8, 2011 at 9:09 am

    It’s been so long since we had an Otter Story and it’s a video! I can’t wait to get home to try out my new found education. What is your next venture going to be?

  6. Kitsune February 8, 2011 at 10:47 am

    Thanks for sharing with us the secret to a perfect toast.

  7. Misty February 8, 2011 at 10:57 am

    This is best toast making tutorial EVER!
    I knew there was something wrong about how I make it ~ I never did 360 turn around toaster! What a revelation!
    I think Otter should try and go pro, open business and have Otter toast shipped to all four corners of the world!

    Kisses to poor Teddy who got over-excited, and to dear Otter for making our day and toast wonderful 🙂

  8. Marion February 8, 2011 at 12:49 pm

    My God I’ve been waiting ALL MY LIFE for such a tutorial, bravo! Thanks to you Otter and Teddy, now I’m able to cook toast for my family & friends without shame 🙂 Please come to see me if you come one day to Switzerland, we will do toasts and eat chocolate!
    Love & kisses

  9. bev otter February 8, 2011 at 12:58 pm

    We love this so much! So that’s how you make toast, I always burn mine. An Otter video is very exciting and helpful and worth waiting for. XXX

  10. Clare February 8, 2011 at 3:28 pm

    Wow what a brilliant tutorial, and so helpful and …..well good! Thank you Otter and Teddy for sharing these useful tips. If you ever bring out a cook bookI will defiantely buy one, cause you eat my kinda food! xx

  11. Clare February 8, 2011 at 3:29 pm

    Wow what a brilliant tutorial, and so helpful and …..well good! Thank you Otter and Teddy for sharing these useful tips. If you ever bring out a cook book I will defiantely buy one, cause you eat my kinda food! xx

  12. Clare February 8, 2011 at 3:30 pm

    Sorry got a bit excited and posted that twice… was the thought of that toast! :o)

  13. Otterkat February 8, 2011 at 5:27 pm

    It had not occurred to me before just how exciting making toast could be! I would like the pleasure of making a lot of toast right now, only I don’t have a toaster here…or bread…or something to put on it… I do have a place that could serve in a pinch to hide it. Is there a video about how to deal with this circumstance? Or must one simply wait…

  14. Jack The Cat February 9, 2011 at 1:05 pm

    Wow! This is the best tutorial ever!!!! Now I know how to make toast, but I probably won’t do it. I am a cat after all and I am lazy, I will let my mom make it for me. I better show her this tutorial so she can learn how to make great toast!!! I will probably spread some salmon or tuna on mine…mmm…(I’m drooling now)… hugs for you otter and for teddy too!!!!

  15. Catherine + Ferret February 9, 2011 at 6:08 pm

    Hello Otter!~and of course Teddy too!~ Once again you made my day~ I so look forward to Otter Story arrival! Yours is the BEST tutorial ever! I just love it—you are so much fun to watch-and learn from~!and It was great to see Teddy on the Video too! Thank you so much Otter(+I should also thank Otter Keeper for helping make it all possible!) for sharing your special Otter Talents and Wisdom with us! Your view on everything is just so refreshing–you definitely make the world so much nice for us all! I know how much you brighten my days! Any day with an Otter Story is the BEST DAY EVER! and I bet your toast is the YUMMIEST toast ever~!

  16. Jennie February 13, 2011 at 9:04 pm

    My new personal motto is “Commit to Toast!”

  17. Louloute Otter February 19, 2011 at 6:52 pm

    I love this video so much that I can’t stop watching it ! I hope keeper has it on his i-phone or pad so that you can always ask him to watch it again. The music and the sounds are so great and everything is so well synchronised that nobody would think it’s keeper’s first video ever. I’m sure you and Teddy will be great stars soon and according to me, you’ll need business cards for your toast consultancy but also autograph cards since you’re starring at this amazing video. I hope keeper will make a second one soon and this will show our space expedition.
    I have just a little criticism : I like our toaster because, when I put the toast inside, my greatest pleasure is to jump on the black plastic thing that makes the toaster swallow the slice of bread and this is among the greatest pleasure when making it, especially because TT is too weak to put it down ! It’s otter privilege to give the final touch to toast making and our teddies must know this although they’re very useful helpers! I love to feed the toaster and he’s hungry very often.
    That’s the reason why I once put my bouncing ball into it to make it jump higher. The problem was : the ball was a sort of a chewing gum for the poor toaster whose jaws got glued and I lost my bouncing ball and my keeper was quite angry. She understood though that I didn’t do it on purpose. So toasters can also be bad playmates!

  18. Tata Suzanne et Pistache May 25, 2011 at 2:06 pm

    Thanks for everything Otter, as i am french i found it very difficult to make really good toasts (it’s easy for me to make “normal” ones) but now i’ll satisfy my english girl friend !

  19. Bébé phoque May 7, 2012 at 11:33 pm

    Ton toast est très délicieux, et je n’ai jamais rencontré un chef plus mignon que toi!

  20. otter January 31, 2017 at 6:19 pm

    i CAN’t use utube, and didn’t see the toast tutorial, but it looks interestion

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