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    Sun Aug 11, 2002 6:54 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    can anyone tell me what the difference in bread machine and traditional bread recipes are? my bread machine broke and i have been making it by traditional methods, (much better) but hve some machine recipes i'd like to make. thanks so much
    Donna M.
    Sun Aug 11, 2002 9:20 pm
    Forum Host
    The main difference would be that by traditional methods you would need to dissolve your yeast in the liquid first (liquid should be lukewarm), then add the rest of the ingredients with the flour being the last added. You will need to knead the dough thoroughtly, until it is smooth and satiny, let rise once, punch down and knead again.

    Shape dough and place in pan(s), let rise until almost double. Most breads bake at 350 or 375 degrees and the time will vary according to the size of the loaf, but usually around 30 to 50 minutes.
    Mon Aug 12, 2002 7:34 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    thank you!!!! I'll give it a try
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