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Bread sticks to bread pan even though it wa pre-sprayed prior to baking, and is especially hard to getr out- usually breaking apart.

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Your are probably using too much liquid. Look a the dough during the 2nd knead...if it hasn't formed a ball and the pan is still has batter sticking to it that is a sign you have too much liquid in your recipe...

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