Guru - you really should open up the breadmaker. It's worth the effort. You chuck all the ingredients in and go away for a while. We buy our sauce and cheese from the local pizzeria and then the fresh dough makes all the difference.
Check that name out over there, huh? would the pieman steer you wrong?
He's Rolie Polie Olie - and in his world of curves and curls, he's the swellest kid around.
Originally posted by Guru ZimSo.... on the breadmaker thing.... I need advice on how to do it. I still have not opened up the breadmaker that I have, which is brand new. What do you do? What do you have to buy to make bread with it?
I should probably just open it - I'm sure it comes with instructions. It just seems like so much work to save $.99
There are bread mixes you can buy pretty cheap. They come all mixed already, and also come with a packet of yeast. All you have to do is add water (actually I add beer when I make pizza crust-it tastes great). It's really easy.
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