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Zojirushi BB-PAC20BA Home Bakery Virtuoso Breadmaker + Free Shipping via Google Express for new users + Target RedCard $151.94

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Target via Google Express has this highly rated bread machine for $151.94

1. Link your Target account to Google Express. Go to Target's GE store and click the button.
https://express.google.com/u/0/store/target

2. Add this to cart for 180.99
https://express.google.com/u/0/pr...1826_10046

3. It should automatically apply a Redcard discount* -9.05, showing net price of $171.94 if Target account is linked to Google Express with RedCard

4. Apply New User Discount of $20 - this automatically shows up for any new GE user.

Net price $151.94 before tax. Almost $30 less than the current FP deal via Amazon.com

* They give this automatically for linking target account to GE, even though I don't have redcard. To link your target account, go to GE, then browse to Target and click the button. I was able to link 1 target account to multiple GE accounts, FWIW.
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So both the 5% off (linking target account) and 20% off (new GE customer) discounts aren't item specific. It applies to any target merchandise


BTW, I have this Zo bread machine for 3 yrs now. I still make fresh bread regularly. This machine is ideal for making 2 lb loaves.
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So both the 5% off (linking target account) and 20% off (new GE customer) discounts aren't item specific. It applies to any target merchandise


BTW, I have this Zo bread machine for 3 yrs now. I still make fresh bread regularly. This machine is ideal for making 2 lb loaves.
Do you have any problem with the paddles wearing off? I am reading quite a few reviews on Amazon claiming that... Now I worry about the quality.
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I am still using the original pair without any problem. It shows some wear where the paddles make contact with the pan but nothing serious. What I usually do after removing a loaf of bread from the pan is to soak the pan/paddles with water for a few hours. Then I can easily remove the paddles without using brute force.
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I am still using the original pair without any problem. It shows some wear where the paddles make contact with the pan but nothing serious. What I usually do after removing a loaf of bread from the pan is to soak the pan/paddles with water for a few hours. Then I can easily remove the paddles without using brute force.
Thanks, that's what I do with my current cheap bread maker now. Will do the same with the Zoji... I have a Zoji rice cooker as well. Its non-stick coated pan also tends to wear quickly. Unfortunately it must be their game to get you to buy new ones often, as these replacement parts are not cheap. But Zoji machines do make good-tasting food.
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I know 6 people who own bread makers. I know 0 people who use bread makers.
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I know 6 people who own bread makers. I know 0 people who use bread makers.
I use mine about every other week. Nothing like fresh bread w/o preservatives!
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I know 6 people who own bread makers. I know 0 people who use bread makers.
Lol, loved it when I first bought it many years ago. I no longer use it.
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Do you have any problem with the paddles wearing off? I am reading quite a few reviews on Amazon claiming that... Now I worry about the quality.
I bought mine used from Craigslist 4 years ago. No issues with the paddles. I wouldn't worry about it. I bake once or twice a week. Bread, pizza/bagel dough, cake etc.
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Got this from Amazon for a bit more. Works amazingly, absolutely can't stop making bread since I got it. A loaf every other day. I don't know about the paddles as the reviews worry me but we will see in time
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Lol, loved it when I first bought it many years ago. I no longer use it.
I have three makers and, um... Haven't made bread for a couple years.
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I have three makers and, um... Haven't made bread for a couple years.
Haha, RyanMPLS, the novelty wore off. I also got lazy!
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Waste of money. Aldi's makes me a loaf of bread for $0.75.
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Good bread and dough maker (if you don't have mixer) although takes much longer than say a kitchenaid mixer but you can basically start it and walk away. Picked mine up used, like new on ebay less than a year ago (~$130) and it's been sitting for a while. Need lots of cabinet space once you start getting this equipment if you don't use it twice a month. We actually store ours on top of our cabinets now but will break it out next time in need of bread. Been wanting to try the meatloaf feature but haven't yet.
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I know 6 people who own bread makers. I know 0 people who use bread makers.
Exactly. Get one brand new at any Goodwill for $5 and try it out first. I don't even have room for it on my counter!
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