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Old 12-10-2007, 07:49 PM   #21
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T-roy the rapid just takes less time in the machine. I found with the yeast you have to warm the water slightly to lukewarm or use the delay, otherwise it works way better than the instant stuff they suggest.
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Old 12-19-2007, 09:28 PM   #22
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bread machines

thought i couldn't live without a bread machine. got it, used it, hated it. the shape of the loaf was strange.

so back to good quality bread from store.

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Old 03-27-2014, 01:41 PM   #23
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Hello. I am new to this forum, so I want to say hello to everybody. I see that the first message was posted in 2007, so I don't know if somebody will read my post but I will try anyway.
I bought a bread machine about a month ago. I love it and don't buy bread anymore. I was also wondering about the difference between the regular and quick cycle besides the obvious difference in time it takes to make bread. I phoned the company and they said it's preferable to always use the regular cycle unless you are in a hurry. The regular cycle improves the bread texture and it is less dense.
Since there are no additives in the bread I make (I only use organic bread flour), after it's baked and cooled, I slice it and put it in an air-tight container in the freezer and I take as many slices as I want when I need them.
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Old 03-27-2014, 01:53 PM   #24
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Oh, I forgot to tell that my bread machine is a Zojirushi BB-PAC20. It is a wonderful breadmaker. The bread tastes great. It also has a gluten-free cycle, a dough cycle. I can make jam in it, cakes and even meat loaf. I did't try anything besides white, whole wheat and raisin bread with perfect results every time. I follow the instructions to the letter. I will try all the other cycles soon.
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Old 03-27-2014, 05:38 PM   #25
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Hello. I am new to this forum, so I want to say hello to everybody. I see that the first message was posted in 2007, so I don't know if somebody will read my post but I will try anyway.
I bought a bread machine about a month ago. I love it and don't buy bread anymore. I was also wondering about the difference between the regular and quick cycle besides the obvious difference in time it takes to make bread. I phoned the company and they said it's preferable to always use the regular cycle unless you are in a hurry. The regular cycle improves the bread texture and it is less dense.
Since there are no additives in the bread I make (I only use organic bread flour), after it's baked and cooled, I slice it and put it in an air-tight container in the freezer and I take as many slices as I want when I need them.
Have a nice day!
Hi, Francinette! Welcome to DC

I love using my bread machine for yeast roll dough, which I then bake in the oven. I also made French bread rolls the same way and they tasted just like French bread! So cool

It would be great if you would tell us a little about yourself in the Member Introductions thread: New Member Introductions! - Discuss Cooking - Cooking Forums
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