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Bread rising We just hauled out our Welbilt after about a year. Decided to make wheat bread. Went to the store and bought fresh yeast and wheat flour. Everything seemed to be working just fine but I noticed that the dough did not rise up to the top like it used to. The bread came out short and dense. Now, I did not use bread flour but I never have before and the bread always came out fine. Maybe I am forgetting something?????

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  • Anonymous Jan 30, 2008

    Have a Sunbeam Model No. SUN 0091 - My family has one and their bread comes out perfect. I have just bought one and flop after flop. The bread rises so nicely until the last 10 mintues then it flops?? Doing everything according to recipe book. Any solutions please

  • Sunflowers7 Jan 11, 2009

    same problem. with granola bread recipe with 1/2 whole wheat; 1/2 bread flour. doesn't rise. same with other whole wheat recipes. good yeast--other breads rise fine with same machine, same yeast. other breads also rise fine with our 1/2 ww 1/2 bread flour combo so it's not the whole wheat.

    could it be the extra heaviness of nuts/granola? if so, solution ideas? sometimes we use oil, sometimes substitute applesauce. normally same result. what difference might oil vs applesauce make? (in this granola bread we used applesauce)

    THANKS


  • redwards57 Jan 16, 2009

    Same problem with a welbuilt 3600.  Is the company in business still?

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I had this same problem. It has to do with the amount of water and the amount of yeast you are using. I decreased my amount of water to 1 cup ( of course it depends on your recipe) and I also was using rapid rise yeast which calls for a less amount (usually 1/2 tsp less than what the recipe calls for). I did experiment with the recipe until I got it just right. Good luck. Carrie

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1.5 pound loaves often come up short of the top. One thing you can do to get a little better size loaf is to use 1/2 the salt recommended. If you like this solution and it works for you please send consider sending a small courtesy payment to my paypal account at daryl441@msn.com
I always use 1/2 the salt recommended and get a better size loaf and it's healthier for you also.
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