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Too high my bread raise too high and sticks to the top of the bread maker

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  • dirkandmary Aug 02, 2008

    The bread rises very nice and then the bread collapses in the machine.

  • dirkandmary Aug 02, 2008

    The bread is rising very nice, but later it collapses in the machine.

    We never had a problem In Canada, but since we are using the machine in Mexico we have problems.

    Can you help me out? Thank you.

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The manual suggests putting less yeast, they suggest 1/4 teaspoon less

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