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    Bread machine query

    Evie*
    Mon Apr 18, 2005 4:18 am
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    I am considering getting a bread machine..I dont know the first thing about them and was wondering if they basically all do the same things? i.e get the dough ready to bake rolls in the oven.

    I am cashing in on some fly buys points (a reward system) and the only bread machine listed is a Bakers Own Breadmaker Breville BB 280

    any help will be much appreciated.

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    CycleRon
    Fri Apr 22, 2005 2:39 am
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    Hi Evie,

    I am using a Ultimate Baker's Oven Model BB420, had it about 6 months and made plenty of bread with it, internal bake as well as making dough and bake in oven.
    I love it, costly but good, make jam, but I havn't tried that yet.

    Ron
    Evie*
    Fri Apr 22, 2005 5:13 pm
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    CycleRon wrote:
    Hi Evie,

    I am using a Ultimate Baker's Oven Model BB420, had it about 6 months and made plenty of bread with it, internal bake as well as making dough and bake in oven.
    I love it, costly but good, make jam, but I havn't tried that yet.

    Ron


    Thanks for reply Ron, Ive gone ahead and put the order in for one, voucher should be here in a few days.

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    TCookie
    Tue Apr 26, 2005 1:36 pm
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    I love my machine. I use it for everything up to the shaping of the loaves and baking. I find the loaves it makes to be too big and awkwardly shaped to store and use before going bad, so I'll make the 2 pound recipe and divide it into two loaves, either baking free-form on my baking tiles, or placing into my 2 one pound loaf pans.
    That way, we eat one loaf immediately, fresh, and wrap the other tightly and freeze until later in the week.
    I've been making a Pain de Campagne and a Honey Wheat Berry batch every week for several months and that certainly wouldn't happen without my trusty machine!
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