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    Default Bread machine help!

    I hope this is in the right spot..
    I got given a Sheffield bread machine. However for the life of me I can not seem to make bread that doesn't turn into a brick.
    I have tried different brands of packet mix and tried adding more water and yeast etc. but it is never right it is always heavy and it's not like normal bread.
    I've never had a bread machine before so I'm not sure how it should turn out but I'm fairly sure it should be better. Has anyone got this machine and has a recipe or something that can help?

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    I use the recipe that is on the wallaby Baker's flour. It's based on weights not measurements. I also don't cook it in the maker. I use the machine to do the hard work and then chuck it in the oven to cook. It's the only way to do it in my opinion.

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    I put it in a bread/cake tin to bake
    Last edited by DesperatelySeekingSleep; 28-04-2014 at 10:45.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DesperatelySeekingSleep View Post
    I use the recipe that is on the wallaby Baker's flour. It's based on weights not measurements. I also don't cook it in the maker. I use the machine to do the hard work and then chuck it in the oven to cook. It's the only way to do it in my opinion.
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