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  • Publisher: Oster (1111)
  • ASIN: B004DPHKBA
  • Product Dimensions: 13.5 x 12.1 x 13.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 11.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (91 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #20,696 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Easy to use and makes a great loaf of gluten-free bread.
Katherine A. Cunningham
This is being returned tomorrow, and I've already ordered another manufacturer's machine (yes, more expensive) online.
DAR
I would definitely recommend this machine to friends and family. .
Calvin

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35 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Brenda T. on May 29, 2013
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I have to make gluten free bread because of gluten intolerance. This maker on the gluten free bread setting makes the best gluten free bread that i have eaten!!!!
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31 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on October 22, 2012
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I wanted to get a bread maker as I need to make gluten free bread. It is very easy to use and the recipe book has some great breads. I had success the very first time and found the menu selection options easy to select.
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By PGG on March 23, 2013
My close friend bought me this Oster CKSTBR9050 about 3 years ago. I made the suggested beginner's "traditional" white bread loaf contained in the instruction book. It was a pretty awful loaf of bread. So, this bread machine sat unused in the cellar closet until December 2012. While recovering from accident, I decided to try it out again as part of "therapy." Not using the "traditional" white loaf recipe, I followed a different recipe, and the result was actually good. I tried another white recipe which was also decent (called for adding one egg), and then came upon a "French country bread" recipe in Oster book. This bread is delicious, not heavy or crumbly, is somewhat soft, and it is a relief to get away from "Pep. Farm, "Arn..." and even Vermont country bread, none of which taste so good and do get moldy within a week even with the first two brand's preservatives. This home made bread tastes good, the King Arthur bread flour has no preservatives, and this home made preservative/additive free loaf does not get moldy in a week, which begs the question why store bought does. In any event, the flour makes a difference--no more "G M" or "Pills....flour. King Arthur flours are the way to go. Having only made white bread so far, I'll try to find an oat bread recipe that won't produce a sawdusty loaf. And the Oster paddle has only gotten stuck in the loaf 20% of the time. This is a good bread machine.

Update through June 2013--The Oster book has a terrific oatmeal bread recipe--healthier and tastier than white bread--definitely no sawdust or cardboard flavor.
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30 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Nathan R. Noll on August 10, 2011
This bread maker does a good job of making bread. The only real difficulty is removing the paddle (that get's baked into the bottom of the loaf after mixing) when the bread is done baking. Like any bread maker it can be loud and the paddle may start to squeak, but my parents have had the same thing happen with other brands of bread makers. The different settings are nice, allowing you to make different kinds of breads and pastries, and even jams. We have enjoyed the dough setting which we like to use to mix our own pizza crust (which seems about impossible with a normal mixer). A recipe book is provided so you don't have to guess what will work with your particular bread maker. The company was also very good to work with when we had questions.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By zachsgramma on June 21, 2013
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Easy way to make gluten free bread. I've used both the basic and the gluten free settings with good results. Doesn't have a huge footprint which is good for limited counter space.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Julie Burton on June 5, 2014
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I have had the same bread maker for over 20 years but needed a new one as the "old" one's pan was loosing its non stick. I tried to replace the pan but it was not possible. So I spent many months researching which new model to buy and eventually took a leap and bought this one. It seems to work well although I am not a big fan of the bread recipes in the book that comes with the machine. I have tried several of them and find them do be very dense, they seem to require high quantities of flour. I have reverted to making the ones from a book I have owned for years and they work well.
I did use the Expressbake cycle and the bread comes out pretty good, a little "cakey" but that was to be expected with the ingredients and the time to bake this loaf. It is definitely an ok loaf if you need one quickly.
I wouldn't be without a bread maker as we buy very little store bread because reading the ingredients is like a science experiment! My hope is that the new bread machine lasts 20 years and makes over 1000 loaves!
August 15th 2014 Having had sometime to use this machine a little more I would like to update my review, I would say if you have never owned a bread machine before go ahead and buy it. However if this is replacing an older model buyer beware. I had a Westbend bread machine for 20+ years and could make any bread I wanted: not so for this machine I have had countless failed loaves. Yes the recipes in the book work but if you have old favorites that you want to make you will probably have issues. I have spent many hours now trying to find out what is the issue with this machine. It seems to be the amount of yeast and the rising cycles. I am still on the fence and may invest in another brand as I hate store bread.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Brewingbiker on July 12, 2012
I love fresh bread (who doesn't?) -back in the '70s my family lived overseas (Seville, Spain) and I was used to getting fresh, preservative-free bread about two or three times a week. NOTHING beats fresh-baked, crusty breads.
I'm no baker. But following the simple machine-bread recipes (a quick internet search provides more than I'll ever need -and the book includes some as well) provides (so far) complete satisfaction. This machine will let you vary the amount of crust on the bread (by changing the settings on the simple menu) you can achieve quite a bit of variation. It also displays the amount of time to finish. But be realistic -if you're looking for a flaky-crusty-bread roll, you need to get a baking stone (aka pizza stone). This thing makes a loaf, plain and simple (the loaf IS a bit tall -this thing takes 'texas bread' to a new level :) ). So far, we haven't had ANY issues with the blade being stuck in the bread (when you pull the loaf out of the baking pan, you will have a hole in the bottom, middle of the bread loaf where the stir-blade was during the process) -you COULD just opt to let it make the dough instead of baking it. Its quite flexible in that regard. Cleanup is about as simple as it gets -the pan pops out, its a no-stick surface -soap and water gets the job done nicely. This thing seems quite sturdy and I expect to be making use of it for years.
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