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Tips for Making Homemade Bread: In the Oven or in a Bread Maker

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I have been making homemade bread since I was around 13 years old. If you haven’t had the chance to taste homemade bread, you’re really missing out. Homemade bread is not only easy to make, but it’s better for you. Homemade bread isn’t filled with preservatives, because you control the ingredients that go into it. […]

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Bread Machine Flour: All-Purpose or Bread Flour?

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Bread machines will accept any sort of flour you use in your batter. The machine makes quick work of the batter to create a loaf of bread that will rise into the shape of the tin inside the machine, but the batter you use changes the way in which the bread rises. Bread flour and […]

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How to Make Jam in a Bread Machine

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If you have a bread machine (or are thinking of buying one), then you have a jam maker. Every bread machine comes with a pre-installed feature that helps you make jam with the press of a button. The heat and mixer inside do all of the work for you, so you can just enjoy the […]

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Bread Machine Buying Guide

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There’s nothing quite like freshly baked bread. One reason is because of the sheer length of time it takes to make from scratch. Unfortunately, spending that much time on a baking project isn’t that feasible in most people’s lives. A bread machine can save time and effort, although there are dozens of different kinds to […]

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What Is The Best Flour to Use In a Bread Machine?

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Using your new bread machine doesn’t have to be complicated. With a few trial-runs, you’ll soon be turning out fragrant baked bread like a pro. Take notes on what does and doesn’t work for you. If you’re in a humid area, allow for this because it can affect the dough’s consistency. Be creative and experiment. […]

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Which Type Of Yeast Is Best For Bread Machines?

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Yeast is the magic ingredient for making bread; without it, bread will not rise properly. However, it is necessary to use the right kind of yeast in your bread maker for the bread you want to make.Basically, there are two varieties of yeast: fresh yeast and dry yeast. Fresh yeast does not sustain a long […]

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