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Old 03-08-2008, 04:57 AM   #21
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The Fodd proccessor working really well. Im putting dry ingrediants first then water with yeast in it and proccess till forms a ball ... about 60-90 seconds like book says. the bread is working really well, despit the VERY reduced kneeding time, so id recomend just doing this. I use the plastic dough hook never the blade.
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Old 03-08-2008, 06:01 AM   #22
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I wasn't clear before so - while I've done pizza dough a few times and the plastic blade is perfect, if you're doing scones, the metal blade works better as you really want to break up the cold butter into the flour.
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Old 03-08-2008, 01:48 PM   #23
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Buy Kenwood Chrome Food Processor. at Argos.co.uk - Your Online Shop for .
but dont know how well it will kneed dough with its "dough tool"!!!Any advice?
I've done it with my cuisinart but not all that much. I like the beating of the bread myself, it relieves stress and works the arms too
I love the looks of this machine you showcased, is it strong like a Cuisinart, I should maybe ask if it's comparable? I also can use my KitchenAide for kneading the bread too, but also, don't much, again, preferring ye ole arms.
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