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    Bread machines -- pros and cons

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    Zewbiedoo
    Thu Feb 03, 2005 3:48 pm
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    CarrolJ wrote:
    Zewbiedoo wrote:
    Morti wrote:
    I have one, but don't use it that often. The bread seems very dense and often dry if you don't eat it right away and it doesn't keep well. Any suggestions?

    To get a higher, better textured loaf, use the dough cycle, then pat the dough out into a rectangle, and then roll tightly (to avoid air pockets) up into a log, tuck the ends under to fit in a regular bread pan, and bake in your regular oven at 350 for about 30 minutes. Keep in a sealed breadbag or ziplock bag.

    Bread never lasts long around my house but I have heard that adding potato water or potato flakes to the dough will help it keep longer. Perhaps someone else can expand on that.


    Dear Zewbiedoo;

    You didn't tell her to let it raise to double it's size before baking. You meant to didn't you. If she doesn't let it raise it will be too dense.


    icon_eek.gif Oops forgot that part! Thanks. Yes I let it rise till double, about 45 minutes usually.
    Kycook
    Thu Feb 03, 2005 3:53 pm
    Semi-Experienced "Sous Chef" Poster
    Would anyone who is able mind sending Tracy a PM? I don't know any way to contact her other than posting here. I just want to let her know that I'm interested in the bread machine. Thanks!
    CarrolJ
    Thu Feb 03, 2005 3:56 pm
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    Kycook wrote:
    Would anyone who is able mind sending Tracy a PM? I don't know any way to contact her other than posting here. I just want to let her know that I'm interested in the bread machine. Thanks!


    Dear Kycook, I will be happy to do it for you. Once she sends you a email you will be able to answer it.

    I did it, I'm sure she will contact you.
    Kycook
    Thu Feb 03, 2005 4:01 pm
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    Thanks Carrol! icon_wink.gif
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