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    bread machines that make horizontal loaves

    Heather U.
    Sun May 22, 2005 4:04 pm Groupie
    Hi all,

    I'm potentially interested in buying a new bread machine, one that will make horizontal loaves. Does anyone have any recs? How about experience specifically with the Zojirushi BBCCX20 Home Bakery Supreme Bread Machine?


    Donna M.
    Sun May 22, 2005 10:07 pm
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    The Zojirushi is an excellent machine. You won't be disappointed if you choose that one. I have a Breadman Ultimate, which is also very good. Both machines have programable cycles so you can alter them to suit your needs. The Zo has a bit cooler rise, which is said to be beneficial to flavor development and especially better for sourdoughs. I usually take my dough out of the machine before it rises so it isn't a big factor for me. I MUCH prefer to bake my breads in the oven. It's just a personal preference. I like the crust better when baked in the oven.
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