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Old 07-29-2002, 08:55 PM
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Thanks bbkimberly for the reminder about mixing the salt and the yeast. I'll remember that!
Yes, depw 1965, the bread machine was definitely a great invention. It's so fun to use, too!! So your daughter just happened to get flour in her hair!! How interesting!!! How old is your daughter now and does she just happen to remember it? That's neat!!!

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Old 07-30-2002, 08:02 PM
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So sorry
bkimberly and teachermom: the credit goes to bkimberly for the salt and water together
I'll have to ask Michelle (age 32) about the flour in the hair. I just thought of it as were chatting about bread.
Actually with the two babies very active and the time it USED to take to make bread, we didn't make it too often, but we sure played with play dough a lot! We made homemade play dough one time with flour, salt, water and different food coloring. Had two girls, my first and only grandchild was a boy. Kept him most of the time, and when he was little we "played " in the kitchen a lot too! Now he's thirteen and taking an interest in motorcross. Thought he was just going to stay with books and computer!
I make pizza dough a lot with my bread machine. I also like the cinnamon rolls, want to try the sour dough bread. Have any of you made the sour dough yet? What are your favorite recipes?
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I love my machine but one of these days I may get brave and try to use my new KitchenAid stand mixer to make some bread with that dough hook that came with

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Old 08-16-2002, 07:52 AM
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I have a Magic Chef Bread maker too and the booklet got tossed out with the wrapping paper years ago when I got one for Christmas. As many have already said, first the liquids, then dry goods and then yeast on top. Most recipe books or on-line sites will set up the recipes this way. Enjoy! I love mine and couldn't do without it!

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Old 08-16-2002, 08:12 AM
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Anyone have a recipe that would be suitable to add nuts and grains to? I buy a bread that is recommended by the hospital for cardiac patients. It is five dollars a loaf, and worth it, but would like to try my own. I need something milk free, low fat, and suitable for adding sunflower, sesame seed, walnuts, flax seed etc.
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Old 08-16-2002, 08:50 AM
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Let me take a look at what I have. I have several bread machine books and I know that there are a few with seeds and nuts recipes.
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