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The bread machine was finished and upon opening and trying to get bread out of the machine I found that the top of the bread was sticky and wet. why??? i was carefull the yeast, flour & OTHER INGREDIENTS WERE EXACT. No idea why the top was wet.

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Hi, a common mistake that people make using bread machines is to use the wrong kind of flour. If you are using all purpose flour it will not perform well. You need to use flour marked "bread flour" on the bag. Also the yeast and water have to be at the right temperature. I could probably help you better with a chat on fixya, but perhaps what I have already suggested will help. If you want to chat I suggest 7:00 pm eastern time tomorrow. email me back if you want to try that.
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