Question about Microwave Ovens
Maybe... It all comes down to individual taste, just use what works and suits you; like all cookery it's not an exact science. The wrong recipe won't break your machine, it'll just be a bad loaf or sometimes a happy accident which produces better results than expected.
Regular bread recipes don't usually include milk powder, just flour, water and yeast, at the most basic and usually sugar (mainly to get the yeast activated) and a little salt, but it depends upon what you're making.
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