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????????????why my own making bread so hard ?

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Do you mean it's hard for you or is the bread turning out small and hard?
Too much flour and not enough liquid? If that is what you are asking .

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How do I keep homemade bread fresh for a couple of days? The bread I make is very good but it gets hard before I manage to eat it.


Since there are no preservatives in your bread I usually slice mine and then freeze mine in a zip loc bag and microwave it for 10-15 seconds when 1 or 2 slices when I want to eat some.

Jun 30, 2011 | Kitchen Appliances - Others

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Is it Hard to Make Your Own Bread?


Making your own bread sounds like a very labor intensive process. But with the right advice and good recipes, you'll find that it's not as hard as you thought and it tastes so much better than the preservative filled shop bought bread.
Learning to bake bread can be a bit time consuming and it requires several stages in the baking process. But once you become confident, you'll be able to quickly do the steps and work your bread making around your timetable.
  1. The first step involves mixing your basic ingredients (google a basic bread recipe or ask a friend for a recommendation).
  2. Then you need to knead it for around 10 minutes, depending on the kind of loaf you are making.
  3. Then the bread needs to rise in a warm place. The yeast should help the dough to double in size.
  4. Then you punch the dough down to remove the air.
  5. You then shape the bread or rolls and allow them to rise again.
  6. Finally you can bake them.
As I said - there are lots of steps but it's totally worth it.
Freshly baked bread is out of this world.
Enjoy ;-)

on Dec 26, 2013 | Baking

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I need a basic bread recipe . i dont have powdered milk


Only use powedered milk if you are using the delay on the timer.

You can use and liquid to make great bread.

Basic 2 pound sweet bread:

1 cup liquid (milk, almond milk, fruit juice, etc)
mix 1.5 teaspoons of salt with liquid and add to bottom of machine
Add 2 tablespoons of sweetner (honey, sugar, etc)
Add 2 tablespoons of fat (oil, butter etc)
Add spices to your liking (about 1.5 teaspoons or more) (cinn, nutmeg, cloves etc)
Add 3 cups of flour (white or wheat)
Make an indent for the rapis rise yeast in the flour
Add 1.5 teaspoon of yeast
Don't let the salt of the liquid touch the yeast
You can 3/4 cups of fruit when the add fruit alert beeps

This basic recipie works for savory bread too.
I do a sundried tomato bread using this basic plan but lots more herbs, freh garlic, chicken broth.
Play around and enjoy

Mar 10, 2011 | Black & Decker Bread Machine

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My bread is massive and with the crust in hard lumps the entire 3lbs bread is usless.


Hi...Try making a smaller bread...say 2lbs or even 1-1/2. A 3 lb bread is way to much. Hank

Feb 21, 2011 | Black & Decker Bread Machine

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Hotmail.comWhy does my bread sink in the middle evey time I make it? and it seems to be hard as a rock.


Are you using Strong bread flour? You may be using a poor quality flour. All pyrpose flour is not suitable for bread.
Too much liquid or yeast will also cause bread to sink

Dec 12, 2010 | Oster 5838 ExpressBake Bread Maker

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The crust of the bread is thick and hard. What is


Are you using water? Water will make a crust crunchier, while substituting milk will give you a squishier crust. Also depends on what kind of bread you're making.

Aug 06, 2009 | Breadman Kitchen Appliances - Others

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Find a New Bread making Bucket for my Betty Crocker Bread Maker.


This would be the bread pan. I had great success in finding what I wanted for my breadmaker at http://breadmakerpartsemporium.ioffer.com/. They have manuals and parts for most breadmakers at very reasonable prices.

Oct 27, 2008 | Betty Crocker BCF1690 Bread Maker

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Crust is too hard!


First be sure your dough consistency is correct.
It should be very soft almost sticky. To make it a bit softer you can
add an extra tablespoon of fat.

Oct 22, 2008 | Toastmaster 1193 Bread Maker

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Hard crust


Do you take it out right away?  If you let it rest in the machine for about an hour the crust stays soft as the bread sucks back in the moisture it gave off during baking.  Doing this does not make the bread soggy.  It's just physics.  If you take the bread out immediately the heat (+moisture) will be drawn out and diffused into the cooler environment.  Hope this helps.

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