KBS Large 17-in-1 Bread Machine, 2LB All Stainless Steel Bread Make
Sugar Free And Vegan, Salt Free, Gluten Free, Various Healthy Course Settings Include Multigrain, Rapid Whole Wheat, Double Kneading Blades Thoroughly Knead Dough For Superior Results, Whole Wheat
What We Like
- Dual heaters on the bottom and lid of the bread maker promote even baking and browning
- Rapid courses allow to bake a loaf of white or whole wheat bread easily
- Large easy-to-read LCD display with convenient key code on lid simplifies course selection
- Paddles may get stuck at times
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What buyers say about KBS Large 17-in-1 Bread Machine, 2LB All Stainless Steel Bread Make
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You can modify any bread recipe you like for your bread machine, and here is the recipe for Wholesome Oatmeal Bread that you can try for the first time.
I used to bake my bread in my oven with the old machine, but with the new one, I can see that it's quicker to bake in the machine.
I looked at the wheat recipe in the Zojirushis manual but it doesn't look appealing, would that change anything?
Does it have a special setting for gluten?
It has a "Gluten Free" setting, and these came out perfect.
I'd like to hear from anyone who has made artisanal style breads, including baguettes, Italian breads, and other long-rise breads.
It's great for that, there are three home made bread settings with rise times up to 13 hours, and I set a timer to go off when it's time to go to the next program.
Is it hard to avoid getting the yeast wet when I upgrade from my Panasonic SD-YD250?
I bought my Zojirushi in March of 2010 and have been making bread with it ever since.
I am trying to decide between the Zojirushi Home Bakery Supreme 2-Pound-Loaf Breadmaker or the Virtuoso.
I decided to use the Home Bakery because the Virtruso was out of stock. My brother/in-law has the Virtruso and I must say, there isn't hardly any difference with the motor, paddles, and overall functioning.
I want to make bread with lots of whole seeds, so I'm concerned about whether this will be able to handle it.
I was told by Zo company that using more than 2 TBS of poppy seeds is too abrasive for their newer type of pan coating, so I decided to use only 1 TBS.