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The crust is very thick and tough. Any way to correct this?

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Do you select your crust color on the control panel before baking?

Posted on Oct 16, 2010

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  • dalewiman Oct 17, 2010

    I do select the medium crust color.

  • Daryl Nash
    Daryl Nash Oct 17, 2010

    Ok,.....select the "Light" crust color. It won't be as thick and tough as Medium. Please email me back if you like the Light crust better......Thanks and please leave a rating/ranking for me on fixya

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