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judithj
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Breadmakers

Postby judithj » Thu Mar 07, 2013 7:05 pm

I think mine is starting to fail: it's producing loaves with sunken tops (it was second-hand, so it's done well). Can anyone recommend a good (but not too expensive one)? Mine's a compact one as I'm mainly making bread for one and I wouldn't want one that was very big, hugs, Judith xxx

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Re: Breadmakers

Postby mooboxer » Fri Mar 08, 2013 5:09 pm

i have a Panasonic sd 253 which i bought second hand and i love it !!
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Re: Breadmakers

Postby MythEagle » Fri Mar 08, 2013 5:13 pm

I can't unfortunately but just wanted to say that fresh bread is yummy. I make mine by hand x
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Re: Breadmakers

Postby ulysses » Fri Mar 08, 2013 5:38 pm

i eat a lot of bread and have always wondered if making your own is something worth doing?

getting a cheap breadmaker might be a false economy if you have to keep replacing it because it is less durable than a more expensive one.

you can look at reviews for an item on Amazon, but more than not, someone thinks it is brilliant and somebody else thinks it's rubbish. you could understand extreme differences of opinion about books and films, but the same product...?
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