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Just tried today and WOW family loves it! It is a keeper for sure. I used the dough cycle and then made 2 smaller loaves and baked in oven as I prefer baking all my breads in oven over my bread machine

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tnstowe February 11, 2014

Hi... to all of you that baked this in the oven, how long and how hot did you set your oven for?

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Melissa R. July 08, 2014

instead of milk i use unsweetened vanilla almond milk. it is like heaven!!

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Kandy B. March 04, 2014

I'm enjoying eating some right now. I just adore it. Thank you!

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VictorianBeauty August 18, 2011

I have made this recipe at least 20 times now and it is definitely my family's favorite bread. I generally mix it in the bread-machine, then take it out and bake in the oven. I found the texture to be less dense when I proofed it 3 times (I let it rise 3 different times).

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CaptainDrew May 05, 2011

So I made 5 loaves of this in 1 week. They don't last long, MAKE EXTRA!!!!

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khico_7 April 30, 2010

The favorite bread in our house. I have made it a few times, seems best to mix in bread machine and bake in oven. Kids love it toasted for breakfast. It is wonderful for sandwiches. Thanks for the great recipe.

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kathyschaible February 25, 2010

I tried this wonderful bread last night. It is fantastic. It tastes slightly sweet and makes the best toast of any recipe I have used. It also makes very tasty sandwiches!

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mikesuedav27 January 18, 2010

This made a very nice loaf for everyday use. Instead of using milk, I used water, added first, and 1/3 cup dry non-fat powder milk, added with the dry ingredients. You can use your delay timer when using the powder milk. I didn't check the dough when it was kneading, which I really try to do, but it still mixed up into a ball just perfectly, so I know this will be a great receipt to use on the delayed timer. Also, I don't measure the honey, I use honey from a squeeze bottle and it is pretty easy to get a notion as to how hard to squeeze to get a tablespoon of honey - for this receipe - it was 6 squeezes!

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Pam'sJoy January 09, 2009

I've made this twice exactly as the recipe stated, and it turned out great both times.

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jaynteri December 30, 2008
Sweet Honey White Bread-bread Machine