Zojirushi BB-CEC20 Home Bakery Supreme 2-Pound-Loaf Breadmaker
3 Crust Shades, Dual Blade Bread Machine, 2 Pound Loaves, Removable Nonstick Bread Pan, Electrical Rating
What We Like
- Features removable nonstick bread pan that allows for easy cleaning
- Comes with 10 pre-programmed settings that makes it convenient to use
- Dual-blade bread machine makes rectangular-shaped 2-pound loaves
- The Teflon coating may not be heavy-duty
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What buyers say about Zojirushi BB-CEC20 Home Bakery Supreme 2-Pound-Loaf Breadmaker
I tried some of the less expensive machines, thinking maybe I could benefit from having two loaves going at once, and three machines later, I *know* I made the right choice the first time.
The bread machine lovers cookbook is a must-have for anyone who loves bread making or who wants to learn more about bread making.
The loaves were very good tasting with good texture, but they baked high on the left side, because they were done on the appropriate pre-set cycle.
It also allows me to match the recipes on the King Arthur Flour site, since they provide the option of measurements in ounces.
The breadmaker's custom programming allows for bake beautiful loaves, perfect, absolutely fantastic, and I have added some images to illustrate what can be achieved by using the breadmaker's custom programming.
What do you think it will cost you to make a load of bread in this thing?
It depends on the cost of ingredients and utilities, and labor, as well as the amount of store-bought ingredients you buy.
What is the difference between this model and the PAC 20?
Which model has the additional heating?
Which machine is better, the bakery supreme or virtuoso bread machine?
I don't know which is better, it depends how much you want to spend.
Does the sourdough starer function mean making starter or using starter you already have?
I make a larger batches of starter without using the machine and worked out a recipe that makes great bread.
Is it possible to make whole wheat bread without oil or butter?
I think the bread wouldn't be as moist if the butter wasn't there.