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How do you pause the cuisinart CBK-100 while you're reshaping the dough and adding mix-ins?

I often make breads that require taking the dough out, roll it out, add stuff, reshape it and put it back in (i.e. the cinnamon raisin bread recipe that comes with it). However the machine starts going again very soon. I'm usually only half way done with the reshape/mix-in process. It seems the machine doesn't give you NEAR enough time to do what it asks you to. Can you pause it?

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I had the same problem with a loaf of whole wheat bread. I also am a new bread machine user and followed directions explicitly. What I figured out was that the pan was not seated all the way into the clips so the paddle mechanism wasn't connected to the motor.

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sounds like it will just be mixed in better... but i'm more the eater and not the baker... i suspect you won't get the swirl look but as long as you added the correct amount it should be fine.



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Posted on Sep 21, 2008

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https://www.cuisinart.com/share/pdf/manuals/cbk-200.pdf

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sounds like it will just be mixed in better... but i'm more the eater and not the baker... i suspect you won't get the swirl look but as long as you added the correct amount it should be fine.



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