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    Bread making machine

    Any recs for a good bread making machine for home.

    Pour stuff in overnight and fresh bread in the morning.

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidTC
    Any recs for a good bread making machine for home.
    Yes, you. No-knead Bread
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    I have a Kenwood BM whatever it is..
    It's very good, not too pricey and quite flexible, i.e.;
    - timer function so you can have bread ready when you want it
    - different recipe functions for different types of bread, including
    - knead only mode so you can be lazy and have the machine do the kneading, why?
    - then you can shape the bread as you wish and bake it in your oven (you have one, right? )

    enjoy! welcome to bread land
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    We love our

    Panasonic SD255 Breadmaker with Raisin/Nut Dispenser: Amazon.co.uk: Kitchen & Home

    Makes great bread, very reliable and has that all important timer function so you can wake up to freshly baked bread. Takes about 5 minutes to prepare the ingredients and about 4 hours to bake.
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    Any ideas on where you can buy/ browse a good selection of bread making machines and baking ingredients? Thanks.

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    I never found anywhere that sold decent sized quantities of ingredients. There were several baking stores that had little packets of different stuff - which I just found annoying. These days I just buy a 10kg packet of breadmix whenver I am in Australia (which is every couple of months; good enough).
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheBrit
    We love our

    Panasonic SD255 Breadmaker with Raisin/Nut Dispenser: Amazon.co.uk: Kitchen & Home

    Makes great bread, very reliable and has that all important timer function so you can wake up to freshly baked bread. Takes about 5 minutes to prepare the ingredients and about 4 hours to bake.
    I didnt think I would ever find anything in common with the Gritty one but there is always a surprise.
    That *is* a very good machine and we love it too. With a household of 7 people, we use it daily and sometimes twice a day. Its been making excellent bread for almost 3 years now.

    AFAIK, its not available in Hong Kong; this may have changed recently. We had to drag it over from the UK.

    HC
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    thanks all for the suggestions.

    Didn't find the Kenwood one, called Panasonic and they don't have that machine in Hong Kong.

    Found this one in Jusco:


    Zojirshi home bakery mini.

    Will be giving it a test drive tonight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by huja
    Yes, you. No-knead Bread
    Good link. I'm gonna try that when I have some time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hargao
    Any ideas on where you can buy/ browse a good selection of bread making machines and baking ingredients? Thanks.
    Ingredients:
    CitySuper - quite super
    Taste - surprising choice of organic flours costing less that normal flours
    Great - just great
    360 - keep rotating to find what you need

    Machines:
    None. Only one machine I found.

    Good luck.
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