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    Do you have one? Are they worth it? Please recommend one to me.

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    I had one years ago. A breville.

    I love the bread, but it made me gain weight. Omg, the 'mushroom top', hot, freshly cooked slithered in butter/marg, and Vegemite. Yum!!

    Needless to say we no longer have one 😅

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    We have a Panasonic, that we used a lot during the first lockdown.

    The breadmaker itself was good, i think (having nothing to compare it with), but we haven't used it since the initial month or so of 2020 COVID panic and uncertainty.

    The bread was ok, but i am quite fussy about my bread. The bread was only really good that day, due to the lack of preservatives.

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    I had one many moons ago. Similar experience to others - smelt amazing when baking, tasted sooo good when hot (I ate what too much of it) and would only last a day.

    If someone had a large family and ate lots of bread then I’d say for it. But otherwise you’ll probably be throwing lots of uneaten bread or eating stale bread.

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    my mum has/had one. she uses it sporadically at best. we’ve never had one. i’ve been tempted momentarily but it’s just another appliance which takes up cupboard or bench real estate, and i can’t afford either. i’m sure the fresh bread would be amazing but i just can’t really justify the time or storage space.

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