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I am using a mix to make bread in the breadmaker. It says to order the water, mix, and yeast according to the manafacturers instructions. I can't find the book.

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Unless you are using the time delay feature you can just dump all the ingredients in at the same time. Choose your program, loaf size, and crust color and push "start" and that's it.! Add the yeast last if you are worried about it.

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If I can be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it accordingly.

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