breadmakers

(6 Posts)
enormouse Sun 10-Mar-13 16:29:40

Am looking at getting myself one as household bread demands are getting ridiculous. What do mumsnetters think of them? Can anyone recommend a brand? What should I be looking for? Atm ive found one i like on ebay, I think its cookworks but dont quote me on that.

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nannynick Sun 10-Mar-13 16:44:30

Panasonic. Costly but even I can make a good loaf in one.

ImpatientOne Sun 10-Mar-13 16:48:25

We got a hand me down one from my grandparents and got hooked but then it stopped working reliably.

I replaced it with the latest Panasonic - not cheap (£140) but very good. Got a loaf due to finish in 10 mins so there is a lovely smell throughout the house!

I really am not sure about the economics as I do think we eat more bread so not sure if it is real savings but for us it's knowing what's in it. I also invested in an electric knife as it's easier to cut when warm and easier to avoid huge doorstops!

FiveGoMadInDorset Sun 10-Mar-13 16:51:39

Panasonic.

IndianaMoans Sun 10-Mar-13 16:55:24

Definitely panasonic! I replaced my breville with a panasonic. Bread is so much nicer, never had a bad loaf in over a year. Worth every penny.

VinoEsmeralda Sun 10-Mar-13 16:58:17

Panasonic- just replaced my 12 yr old one with a new one. its £140 so not cheap but v v good compared to any others

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