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Zojirushi BB-CEC20 Home Bakery Supreme 2-Pound-Loaf Breadmaker + Oven Mitt + Kamenstein Mini Measuring Spoons Spice Set

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Product Description

Make a 2 lb. loaf of bread with this breadmaker that features 3 memory settings to keep track of past recipes for easy reference. The sourdough starter function prepares a light sourdough starter in about 2 hours.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 23.9 pounds
  • ASIN: B003LLBKCW
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #406,065 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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I've been baking my own bread for over 15 years now in bread machines. I've averaged baking between 1 and 2 loaves a week during this time, so I feel I'm a pretty good judge of bread machines. The first two bread machines I used were not Zojirushi, but another leading maker of bread machines. I was fairly happy with them, but from time to time, depending on the time of the year (mainly mid summer) it was hard to get loaves to come out right, mainly due to getting the temperature of the water correct depending on the surrounding temp. Also, the size of the loaves were not the most desirable.

I've owned the Zojirushi for two months now, and I love it. It's much better than my previous bread machines in many ways, and overcomes the issues I described above with my previous machines. The loaves are much larger, so I don't have to bake bread as often, since they last longer. And the loaf dimensions are much better. I can now slice a piece of bread and it's much more like the size of a normal slice of bread, unlike what you get from other bread machines. The two paddles really seem to do a better job of mixing the dough. Plus, they reverse directions, to do even a better job of mixing.

One very important feature of the Zojirushi is that it will adjust the temperature of the water to the right temperature before starting the initial cycle. It does this during the pre-baking cycle. I'm guessing it does this by sensing the temperature of the water inside, and the temperature of the surrounding temperature, and adjusting the temperature of the water by pre-heating it, so you get the optimal water/liquid temperature before it starts it's mixing. This feature insures that you get much better results no matter what the temperature is in your house.
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Just bought one of these from this Amazon vendor. It came very carefully packed. Only made 3 loaves of bread so far - and each has been perfect. My last one is a Pepperoni, Jalapeno and Cheese bread that makes the best toast of any that I've ever had - and I'm so old and fat that that's a lot of toast.

My last machine was a Panasonic which made pretty good "vertical" loaves - until last summer, when it started "punching down" the loaves halfway through the Bake cycle. Gave it to my sister, who can make most anything work - given time. Anyway, I have a Zojirushi rice cooker which is a thing of beauty, so I knew this would not disappoint.

The oven mitt was too small (Hey Sis!) but the stainless measuring spoons and cups are quite nice. What else can I tell ya?
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Long story short, I owned the older version of this bread machine. While on the low carb diet with my husband a few years ago, he mistakenly donated it to goodwill. I replaced it with a Cuisinart bread machine. Good bread machine but no comparison to the Zo. Two months ago I bought this Zojiurshi and oh my, what a difference. The dual paddles make a huge difference in your finished product. It's just a fine quality bread machine. In comparing the the older version I owned previouisly to this new Zo I just bought. The old one was quieter and seemed to run more smoothly. A new feature with this newer model is I can lift the lid and add more flour if my dough is too wet and the paddles keep moving. The old version would stop completely when the lid was up. With the paddles moving you won't go over in adding too much flour because you can see the texture. Overall, yes it costs more. Is it worth it. Absolutely.
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