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Paddle comes off inside bread

In my last attempt to learn my breadmaker the paddle did not come out but had baked inside the bread leaving a large hole. How can I prevent this in the future.

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We have had a number of bread makers and this is the way they work - the bread cooks and the paddle has to pull out somehow so it just rips a hole in the bread.
We found it better to let the machine do all the mixing etc. then my wife takes the dough out and puts most of it in a loaf pan and some in the form of buns in another pan. Works better for us & the bread is a more "normal" shape rather than the odd shape produced in the breadmaker. Also the crust isn't so tough when done our way.

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