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Try using a litt less liquid (one table spoon)

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A couple of ideas. Firstly get fresh yeast, I use active dry yeast from the bulk barn, it is way cheaper than "breadmaker yeast" and I use a bit more. When I want more rise to my bread, I add an egg, which works wonders.

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That is a difficult problem. One thing you might try to get a better rise in your machine is to cut the salt in your recipe by one half. It's healthier that way too. Please let me know the result.

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Try a different flour. Make sure it is a Strong bread flour suitable for Bread machines. perhaps your packet of yeast is stale.

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Which program are you choosing on your bread machine? It sounds like you might have chosen the "bake" program. Is that correct?

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Bought breadmaker few weeks ago, first 7 loaves were fine, now bread isn't rising evenly, can you help?


Evenly?
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your not letting the yeast rise enough first sweety ! i used to have that same problem always let the yeast rise outside of the machine first!! then put it in there

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Frequently the bread does not rise correctly when doing "fast" mode.Should the unit be heating during the rise cycle?


Bread not rising correctly is complicated since there are so many factors involved more than just proofing temperature. You should hear a short click once in a while as it cycles the heater on for just a second at a time. You won't notice any considerable heat since too much heat will kill the yeast. Bread not rising correctly is normally due to the gluten not being developed in the bread or the flour was poor quality without much gluten to begin with. You can try adding some "Vital Wheat Gluten" to each batch to help and at the same time adjusting the yeast up by a half teaspoon at a time. Also keep in mind that the salt you add to the dough will ****** the yeast. Try and limit the salt to a teaspoon per loaf. Too little salt and the taste of the bread will go bland on you. Another aid to rising is to add some Diastatic Malt Powder to assit in the rise. And lastly, remember that you whole wheat flour will never rise as high as white flour.

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Dough does not rise


Make sure you are following the recipe very carefully. You have to have the proper type of four, and yeast. Make sure you are using flour that is called bread flour. This type of flour has higher glutent than cake flour. Cake flour would make a heavier bread.

As for the yeast, there is a special yeast for bread machines. Regular yeast would be too slow acting for most bread machines.


Jerry G.

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