can I make brushetta ahead of time or willl this cause it to go bad quickly? meaning w/out the toast just to save me time later.
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I'm not sure I understand your question, but ... to make successfully, I would cut my bread and prep my topping ahead. The bread will be beat toasted up right before serving, but you could toast the bread a few hours ahead. Top just before serving though.
Agree - you don't want a soggy bruschetta
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