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Do I leave the stirer in all the time while the bread is cooking

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Afraid so. The stirrer /paddle will leave a hole in your bread, but make sure the bread is totally cool before removing it. If you do not want a hole, then use dough setting and make a loaf that way. I do that and I also make buns. Good luck.

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