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I know how I make an exact bread dough , but when I cook it in oven it has not maximum spring in oven and so it is not soft enough , I cannot find how I can solve the problem .

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Solution for a softer crust it to brush the top of bread or buns with butter or your favourite type of oil while it is cooking .

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Since you have a bread machine you should just go ahead and choose a program and let the bread machine do the baking for you. It will be at the right temperature and allow your bread to rise better than in the oven.

Be sure you are not using flour that is marked "all purpose flour" you should be using a bag of flour marked "bread flour" unless you are baking a whole wheat bread.

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