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I use my dough cycle to knead my bread....when should i add the raisins, nuts etc since i do not get a beep on this cycle....also what is the length of each process when making the dough.. i have misplaced the recipe booklet that came w/ the machine...is it possible to get another one.....i did run off the manual on line....thanks...betsy

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Use the fruit bread cycle and remove your bread after it is done mixing it in since there is a beep on that cycle. You can let it rise on the counter then.

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