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Having difficulty Out of 15 loaves I have only had success with one or two loaves. French Baguettes (baked in conventional oven) and one semi soft french bread recipe. All other loaves are comming out hard and compact. I have tried both rapid and standard cycles and am using bread machine yeast. I have followed the directions perfectly and have tried modifying the amount of glutun. Could I have a bad batch of yeast?

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Try different batch of yeast. If still a problem increase the amount of yeast and/or sugar. Also if it rises and then falls there may be too much liquid.

Posted on Jul 03, 2008

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