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Promoted 05-03-2016 by Corwin at 07:14 PM View Original Post
Amazon.com has Panasonic SD-YD250 Automatic Bread Maker w/ Yeast Dispenser (White) on sale for $89.99. Shipping is free. Thanks Discombobulated

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  • This offer is valid for May 3, 2016 or while supplies last. The Panasonic SD-YD250 Automatic Bread Maker is currently the #1 best seller in the Bread Machines category on Amazon, with over 2600 reviews giving it a 4.2 out of 5 star overall rating.
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Yeesh, I don't bake often enough for a dispenser to keep fresh bugs.
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good,thanks OP!
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#5
buy one and try to bake german bread. Thanks op
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The cheapest I saw the YD250 was about $99 maybe 4 years ago. Since then, every random once in a while I looked at this product, it's been around $129. (Looks like the sale has happened every few months, but I never noticed it.)

Long story short -- (for me at least) this is the first time I have caught this deal in like 4 years. I finally am biting and putting in an order. nod
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Always want to get one of this bread maker !
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Bought this years ago. I use it for making pizza dough but it makes good bread as well.
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have had this machine for around 3 years, it's great. the dough making feature is excellent but the bake function is good as well. the machine has great reviews so pull the trigger, it's fun and easy to make bread that tastes fabulous
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#10
So this is right next to the zojirushi according to topreviews:

http://topreviews.best/main-revie...aQodZkIO7g

I have this kenmore from Sears I think got for 20ish or so...which has been doing well for 3 yrs

http://www.amazon.com/Kenmore-2LB...B00A722ZC2

dont know if I should spend for this panny???
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I've always wanted to make real bread... can you do this with this one? I saw a original Netflix show that was showing how real bread is made and that our bread in America is not even close to the real thing which is healthy for you and has been made for centuries.. unlike our wonder bread etc.
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Quote from dacapo View Post :
The cheapest I saw the YD250 was about $99 maybe 4 years ago. Since then, every random once in a while I looked at this product, it's been around $129. (Looks like the sale has happened every few months, but I never noticed it.)

Long story short -- (for me at least) this is the first time I have caught this deal in like 4 years. I finally am biting and putting in an order. nod
This prompted me to do a search and 768 days ago it was 89.99 so I bought now. Thanks for the comment or else I would have probably let this expire and had to wait years!
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I have a bread machine but not this particular model. If you want white bread, you'd be better off buying it in a store. I've tried several recipes and white bread always comes out dense. You'd also have to freeze it or eat it all immediately or it'll go stale in a day.
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Quote from curiousity View Post :
I've always wanted to make real bread... can you do this with this one? I saw a original Netflix show that was showing how real bread is made and that our bread in America is not even close to the real thing which is healthy for you and has been made for centuries.. unlike our wonder bread etc.

Yes, you can make "real" bread with it. :-) I've been making my own, using a bread machine, for 10 years. You save a ton of money and get much, much higher quality food. No preservatives. The bread will last 5 or 6 days at room temp or you can cut and freeze it and it will last for months.


All you need is flour, salt, water and yeast. Plug in the machine and a few hours later you have a great tasting loaf of bread.


For yeast, this is a great choice: http://www.amazon.com/Red-Star-Ac...005KR0MZG? Keep it in the freezer and just take out what you need each time and it will last for years.
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Quote from tiggard View Post :
I have a bread machine but not this particular model. If you want white bread, you'd be better off buying it in a store. I've tried several recipes and white bread always comes out dense. You'd also have to freeze it or eat it all immediately or it'll go stale in a day.

I don't know what recipe you're using but you can easily avoid the dense problem. I've never had that problem with white bread and a machine but if you add a teaspoon or two of vital wheat gluten it will rise more and be more airy. http://www.amazon.com/Hodgson-Mil...00032GHBQ/


Also, I've never had my bread go stale in a day. Mine easily last 5 to 6 days. If you want it to last longer, professional bakers use dough enhancers/conditioners. http://www.amazon.com/Dough-Condi...0097FMQVK/ And, you can always freeze it and then toast it later. That works well too.
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