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Very often, the bread rises very nicely but then as it bakes, it collaspes. I have tried changing the amount of yeast but it doesn't seem to make any difference.

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  • gthib Jul 23, 2009

    I don't know of anybody who uses baking powder in breadmaking.Is this a joke?

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Well use less baking powder and preheat the owven

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  • techno girl Jul 24, 2009

    well i am sorry i didnt get ur question completely but now i understand then it is the problem of ur oven pre heat it and set the teprature and tell me wat kind of oven u r using and kindly tell me how much time ur giving to bake the bread.

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