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Sorry but it's another breadmaker thread!....

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Mimi1977 Mon 14-Sep-09 11:43:10

I'm a reasonably new stay at home mum, my DD has just turned one and I finally feel I am organised! I have loved the idea of a breadmaker but now more than ever because I'm at home and obviously conscious of what I'm feeding DD. First I wanted to ask is there a lot of crap that goes into shop bought bread and also is a breadmaker just going to be a passing fad? We haven't got a massive kitchen with loads of space but if it was going to be a great purchase I'd find room!

shootfromthehip Mon 14-Sep-09 11:48:06

Shop bought bread has so many things added to it it makes me want to scream. It's not flipping complicated to make a loaf is it?

I have a breadmaker and it saved money and tastes good- I've had mine for a year (second third fourth hand) and it's great. It's about 12 yrs old though and is starting to die- I never thought I'd get excited about the prospect of buying a new kitchen applicance but I can't wait til it does cark it and I can buy a fancy new shiny one.

Love it.

meltedmarsbars Mon 14-Sep-09 12:32:40

I use the New York Times no-knead method as on other bread threads. Easy, no hassle and made a lovely seeded one today.

ilove Mon 14-Sep-09 12:34:05

I've got two and I use them both 5 days out of 7...absolutely brilliant

meltedmarsbars Mon 14-Sep-09 12:34:46

Two breadmakers!?!!


ilove Tue 15-Sep-09 17:03:11

One does a large loaf, one a small, there's 6 of us but my daughter has to have a salt free diet, so I make bread with salt in the one and bread without salt in the other

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