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The bread is too doughy

Hi, I have had one of these breadmakers for a couple of years, have allways found the bread to be really stodgy & doughy, not at all light and fluffy like bread should be - have experimented with different flours but to no avail, can anyone suggest a good recipe for this machine in particular, and the best cycle to use while cooking? I have also lost the manual, so it would be a big help if anyone knows where i could download one. thanks.

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  • Anonymous Mar 30, 2014

    I don't use a machine.

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Hi I have just bought one of these -and so far following the recipe-have found the same thing heavy and not like nice light bread--I was looking for alternative recioes to try but seems like it may be machine?

Posted on Jul 11, 2007

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