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    What's the best Mixer to use when making LARGE doughs?

    Sarah Chana
    Tue Feb 22, 2005 11:34 pm
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    I like to make large doughs when I make bread: using at least 5 lbs/ 2 kg flour at a time. I no longer have the strength, time, or energy to make it by hand, and REALLLY do not enjoy using my large Kitchen Aid mixer for bread dough. (It is too heavy, makes a huge mess even with the pouring shield, and takes a long time to clean up.) I recently tried the Bosch standing mixer, and it was delightful but very expensive. I've heard that the Magic Mill mixer is great too. Does anyone know of other lightweight, strong, easy, neat mixers to use for making huge doughs? If not, do you know of any places that sell Magic Mills for good prices? Pls advise!
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