Budget101 Discussion List Archives Pantry Chat Breadmaker flour/yeast

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      I do a lot of bread making at our house (typical week is three loaves of
      italian, four of whole wheat) and personally i wouldn’t think of owning a
      machine. yes, it does take a little time to knead, etc. but no more than any
      other kitchen chore.

      i find kneading theraputic (much nicer than kicking the dog
      and a better work out!) also, dw is a pizza fanatic and we have gotten our pizza
      crust recipe down to about 5 min. from pulling out the dough bowl to chunking it
      in the fridge (we generally make the dough a day in advance because it’s easier
      to work and has a nicer texture if it rises slllloooowly.) Someone mentioned
      bread flour. Yes, it is higher in gluton, but in my area it’s also higher in
      price.

      I just use AP flour with good results.

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Budget101 Discussion List Archives Pantry Chat Breadmaker flour/yeast