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Bread sticks to pan and crust always burnt

I have a Toastmaster 1194 . The bread sticks to pan and crust always burnt. Tried to shorten baking time, but unless is uncooked inside, it doesn't help.
Only way to get bread out of the pan is breaking it it many pieces, so it's wasted.
Without the bread, the blade comes out easy from the empty pan

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My wife grinds her own wheat, and bakes her own bread. She suggests using less sugar. You also could try switching to honey if using white sugar. Too much sugar/honey will cause over browning and sticking.
If problem persists post back.

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