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We dug out an old bread machine today and made a nice loaf of good old school white bread. The machine works great, and I love the fresh bread taste.

Does anybody know any recipes that can be easily made in the bread makers? Besides the wheat, rye variances?

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I haven't seen a bread machine since the mid-90s, but I remember my mom often making dough in it but not cooking it. She'd roll it out to 1/2 inch diameter and let us make pretzels in all kinds of wacky shapes. Just brush it with egg, add salt or other seasoning, and pop the tray in the oven.

I'd imagine there are still plenty of bread loaf recipes all over the internet. Too bad just Geocities closed though.



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I had a bread machine, but with like all things, I went from the starter kit to the real thing. I do all my bread baking by hand.


http://www.bread-machine-recipes.com/ is a good place to start

Just like with the bread, I do home brewing a more professional way. Last x-mas, I got a Mr. Beer kit from my brother. Now I brew all my beer, hard cider, mead, and wine in 7 gallon whiskey barrels (hard cider) and 6.5 to 3 gallon glass carboys.



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    Originally posted by Zeruel
    I had a bread machine, but with like all things, I went from the starter kit to the real thing. I do all my bread baking by hand.


    http://www.bread-machine-recipes.com/ is a good place to start

    Just like with the bread, I do home brewing a more professional way. Last x-mas, I got a Mr. Beer kit from my brother. Now I brew all my beer, hard cider, mead, and wine in 7 gallon whiskey barrels (hard cider) and 6.5 to 3 gallon glass carboys.


Thanks for the link. I will have to check it out. I like the help the W's give here. Plenty of good suggestions over the past few years.
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I got one a couple of years ago and it's nice to be able to just put in the ingredients and set it to finish first thing in the morning. Thus far I've only made the recipes it came with, so I'd be interested in whatever you all have as well.

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At the risk of hijacking this thread, we're looking to replace our old breadmaker. Any recommendations before we make a mistake? I was reading a review on Amazon for the Breadmaker TR520 or TR875. Any comments about those two in particular?




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    Originally posted by pieman
    At the risk of hijacking this thread
People, PLEASE start new threads if you're worried about this AT ALL.



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    Originally posted by pieman
    At the risk of hijacking this thread, we're looking to replace our old breadmaker. Any recommendations before we make a mistake? I was reading a review on Amazon for the Breadmaker TR520 or TR875. Any comments about those two in particular?


I have the TR875 and it's been great. Easy to use, love the delay timer, quick cleanup(though the mixer can stick sometimes and take a bit of force to remove it). But I've never had another bread maker so I can't really compare.
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    Originally posted by pieman
    At the risk of hijacking this thread, we're looking to replace our old breadmaker. Any recommendations before we make a mistake?
I use this guy. Highly recommended.

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But will he bring it to my house in Maine?




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I don't think there's much difference between types of bread makers. Just make sure you can make pizza dough, and it can make a large enough loaf (or smaller ones) for your need.

I'd also make sure that you have a place to store the thing when you're not using it. Ours is slightly awkward to store.
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I do not believe that we have actually ever made pizza dough, though. We should get on that.




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    Originally posted by wmatistic


    I have the TR875 and it's been great. Easy to use, love the delay timer, quick cleanup(though the mixer can stick sometimes and take a bit of force to remove it). But I've never had another bread maker so I can't really compare.


I went with this one. We'll see how it turns out after Christmas as it is a gift for my wife.




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