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Thread: Bread maker

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    Junior Member NancyBelly's Avatar
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    I received a bread maker several years ago for a present. They were in vogue at that time and it was easy to find bread mixes at the market. Now they seem to be nonexistent. Does anyone still use a bread making machine or know where to find mixes or recipes online?

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    I have a used bread machine that was given to me by a friend who longer wanted it. I found the owners manual & recipe book online. I have never used one of the mixes. I've only used the recipes from the machine's manual. Maybe you can look online?

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    I used to get them for my parents at Williams and Sonoma.

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    I used to make bread all the time, to much in fact, had to give it up...never used the mixes, just my bread book for recipes....we did love our bread...

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    I had a booklet that came with mine and bought a book at the book store. Still use mine. Love it:) Just do a google search and lots will come up:)

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    I bought my daughter one and she loves it and uses it weekly, she found recipies on the net and has had quite abit of success I still make bread from scratch

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    Both my grocery store and health food store have mixes. There are probably tons of recipes on-line.

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    I never cared much for the mixes, I much preferred the taste of the from-scratch recipes that came with my machine - especially Honey-Oatmeal bread!

    If you're looking for "dump-n-go", you could always make up batches of your own mixes and stash them in Ziplocks for future use. I do this with pancake mix.

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    You could try kingarthurflour.com

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    I use the "make from scratch" ingredients with mine. I use it a lot.

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