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Bread from bread machine is flavorless

I love my new machine, but the bread comes out tasting really bland, like it needs salt. More salt ruins the texture. Any suggestions?

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Try adding herbs or grated parmesan cheese, dried onion, or sundried tomatoes. Dill is great and baking with dried onion and sage makes great stuffing for fowl (if it lasts that long). For Toast I add raisen and cinnamon. I am also partial to an Oatmeal recipe.

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