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Where to get Bread Machine Mixes? (LA)

December 18, 2008 - 10:42pm -- cigarslist

Hey everyone, 


First time in this forum...pretty excited :) 


I got my boyfriend the a breadmaker (Sunbeam 5891, 2-pound capacity) for Christmas as well as a recipe book, but I'm thinking of including a couple bags of bread mixes so he can make them right away. 


Does anyone know where I can buy some good bread mixes in the Los Angeles area? Any recommendations on which kind to get? 


Thanks for all your suggestions and help!

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Bread Machine Blade gets stuck in the Bread

December 18, 2008 - 6:51pm -- dragon49
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This is not a big deal, but it is mildly annoying.


 


When I finish making a bread, I hold the Bread Pan upside down and shake the Bread out.  99% of the time,  the Blade is embedded in the bottom of the bread.  I have to wait a minute for the Bread to cool down, then cut it out with a knife.


Is this common?


 


Is there some way to avoid this?


 


 


Thanks

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Not Sourdough

November 25, 2008 - 1:09pm -- gprice157

Been playing at baking for eons; some successes, mostly less than spectacular results. Got into trying sourdough with sourdough starters after picking up a book in San Francisco airport featuring sour dough tales from the goldrush days, along with a packet of "starter." Sounded like such a great idea to try and take a stand for living free of commercial products including "expensive" yeasts. Only down side besides the frequent disasters, was handling the "gloppy" dough, so invested in a "bread machine." Less sticky hands, but little improvement in the end product.

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Help using a Breadman TR555 Deluxe bread machine

August 20, 2008 - 10:47am -- cecile

I bought a Breadman TR555 bread machine and, in the instruction manual, there is no mention to the different cycles for each program (how many cycles of kneading/rising, how long is each step, etc). I sent 2 emails to the company (Salton), but I had no response after 6 months (I received a confirmation email each time, saying they would get back to me in 2-3 business days...). The reviews for this bread machine were mixed and a lot of them were warning about the poor customer service, but I ignored them. I should not have to!

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turn off baking cycle / programming custom cycles

April 10, 2008 - 5:57pm -- brickc

Hi all!

I have a Zojirushi and it kneads and rises well but the baking results are not as good as in my oven. So, I want to use it for kneading and rising. Is the easiest way to do that to use it on the custom setting and specify each step (e.g. Bake: OFF)? I would do that, but I have no idea what the appropriate lengths are for each stage. I have searched this and other forums before posting. Can I just use the dough setting instead?

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