StumpyPumpy wrote: »
Different model, but my panny's blade is tight to the spindle and the paddle and spindle are different metals. 30% play seems an awful lot to me.
I'd be nipping down to the shops to find one on display to check if it is standard if it were mine.SP
Augustus_the_Strong wrote: »
I have a Panasonic breadmaker and baked all our bread in it for several years. It's also good for just doing the kneading/proving if you want to make something fancier, or rolls. However, as we now eat a wholemeal wheat/rye loaf, I find it easier and quicker to make it by hand / in the oven - no kneading required. The Grant loaf as mentioned by Chipp is also very easy to do by hand. I make two large loaves and put one in the freezer. Happy to supply a recipe if anyone wants it, very tasty.
Chipp, the breadmaker does not need fat at all - can make a loaf just with flour, yeast, salt and water, no problem.
jinggu wrote: »
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