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binsky wrote: »
I bought a cheap breadmaker from Argos, but I think Amazon also do cheap ones, or you could ask if anybody has an unwanted one on Freecycle. I tend to just follow the recipes supplied with my breadmaker - I haven't been adventurous enough yet to 'think outside the box'.
I also love my slow cooker but tend to stick to the same 2 recipes which gets a bit boring. I'd love to try some of yours if you're willing to share?
hendo74 wrote: »
Been finding some really good idea`s on here for feeding my family-1 son aged 2 in July,1 son aged 9 ,hungry hubby and me still trying to lose that baby weight!
Got a slow cooker which i love find really handy, fed my baby son mostly-(cheated a few times bought jars)on home prepared food and he`s a great wee eater.Its great when im out at work ,cook loads of meat in- even my sunday roast.
Now i noticed a lot of you say you make your own bread.This i would love to do-but where do i start?
How much does a bread making machine cost?
And what do i need to start making my own bread?Is it easy?What ingredients and can i make different kinds of bread?Would it be worth my while?We get a loaf every day.
I love soya and linseed bread as does baby but other 2 prefer plain old white id love to get them into making healthy home baked bread.
Any advice where do i start?
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