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I have a Breadman Ultimate and use a gluten free recipe. It baked beautifully but after it cools there is a big air hole in the middle. Any suggestions?

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Here's a solution from my wife: After the last mix in the cycle, remove the dough and place it in small bread pans and bake in the oven. She had a bread machine that mixed well, but the baking part of the machine was less than great.
Worked great for us!
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Posted on Sep 04, 2009

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