What is a good bread machine? What does it cost? Is it really "that easy"?
Recently my DH said his mom had a bread machine & hed love some bread she use to make, so I love trying new stuff so we borrowed her machine --- NOT knowing anything about the machine, I didnt realize it needed a bread pan (Missing) so I poured my ingredience straight into the machine... NOT cool!! Thankfully she never uses it but I still wanna make some bread & feel I should buy a new one to replaced the one I messed up.
(She had a Welbilt- Dh said shes had it for over 10yrs)
Asked by Anonymous at 12:01 AM on Mar. 8, 2010 in Food & Drink
I have Sunbeam and Toastmaster bread machines. I love them! My family prefers homemade bread over store bread. I also make burger/hot dog/sub buns, rolls, bagels, soft pretzels, French & Italian breads, sweet bread, donuts, quick breads, and so many more! I often DON'T leave the dough in the machine to bake. The machine takes all the work of mixing & kneading out of my hands, literally. I have arthritis in my wrists and kneading bread dough absolutely leaves my wrists in pain and weak for several hours after that. I take the dough out, form it into loaves/buns/rolls/bagels/ pretzels/etc. and let it rise a final time and then bake. There's not many things better than smelling fresh baked bread & you have the satisfaction of knowing what is in your bread (avoid preservatives and other undesirables).
Check out the Bread Machine Moms group!
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