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    Bread Ingredient Help

    Harley Seashell Princess
    Wed May 18, 2005 11:25 pm
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    I've got a brand new bread machine I was dying to try tonight...At the grocery store got yeast and bread flour...Got home and the recipe calls for "milk powder" which I don't have...It only calls for a teaspoon...Is there a way I can fudge? Any substitutions that would be suitable??? TIA -HP
    Donna M.
    Thu May 19, 2005 12:46 am
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    You can just leave it out if you want. A teaspoon is such a small amount that I wonder why they even included it. Dry milk is very handy to have if you bake a lot of bread.

    Congratulations on your new bread machine! What kind did you get? I always use mine to make dough but I prefer to bake my bread in the oven. Be sure to come over to the Breads and Baking Forum to join in all the bread-baking fun.
    Heather Sullivan
    Thu May 19, 2005 3:31 am
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    You could use a few spoonfuls of milk to make up for it, while decreasing the liquid slightly.
    ThatBobbieGirl
    Thu May 19, 2005 5:50 am
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    Milk produces a softer smoother bread texture and a darker crust than water does. It won't really hurt to leave it out if you don't have any, but it might alter the results slightly.
    chia
    Thu May 19, 2005 6:59 am
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    there are plenty of bread machine recipes that don't use the dry milk powder- here's my bread machine cookbook
    http://www.recipezaar.com/mycookbook/book/35996/
    Harley Seashell Princess
    Thu May 19, 2005 11:44 am
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    Thank you all for your responses...The Sunbeam bread machine I have I just recieved as a bridal shower gift/wedding present. I'm a complete novice when it comes to baking bread. I surprised myself by setting the whole thing myself last night about midnight. Shhhhhh...don't tell anyone but I ran to another recipe sight and found a non-milk bread machine recipe which had hundreds of excellent ratings. I used said recipe and it produced a great loaf of bread. I was so excited! Imagine that...so much excitement over my bread machine...Does anyone know if Sunbeam is a decent bread machine? BTW, I will be visiting the bread making forum for I can't wait to try other recipes! *Hugs* -HP
    Leominster Lee
    Thu May 19, 2005 12:15 pm
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    One of my bread machines is a Sunbeam. It is a very decent machine, though I prefer my Breadman ultimate. We have a big family and sometimes do batch cooking so it is not uncommon for me to be making dough for rolls in the Sunbeam and a loaf of bread or pizza dough in the bread man. I make a loaf of bread almost every night. We are way spoiled and not one of us, including the baby (grin) like storebought bread now!
    Lee
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