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My breadman ultimate : loafs that i make never rise to their full size,and finish being a little soggy, no matter what I try, including yeast changes, water volume and temperature changes. any suggestions? I'm getting ready to junk it and try a new different brand machine. Would appreciate any thoughts on the subject. Roy Johnson. rhj109@yahoo.com

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Don't toss it yet!!! Can you email me the recipe you are following? Also include the type of flour you are using.....all purpose, bread flour, etc. and the type of yeast.

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You said you've used the hawaiian bread mix multiple times. From the same container? Or have you tried multiple different packages (hopefully from different production lots)?

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