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The Bread Machine Book Hardcover – March 1, 1996
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My biggest problem is that this is essentially a "dump and stir" type cookbook - it really doesn't give much explanation or background into the bread-making process so that you can adapt the recipes or improvise. For example, recipes call for dry milk rather than fresh and none call for eggs - more than likely because the author assumes people may use a timer on their machine and these ingredients could spoil - though this is never explained. If you don't much like to cook but are simply looking for some variety, this is probably a good book for you. For these reasons, this book is best suited to beginners or average cooks. If you really like to bake and want that "perfect" loaf or want to experiment with new and unusual ingredients, this probably isn't the best book for you.
My old machine gave up the ghost in 2008, and my hub bought me a new whoop di doo wingding of a machine with all sorts of bells and whistles. I don't know why, but the recipes don't work as well in this new machine. I might continue to try, to see what happens. IN the meantime, I still recommend this book as a fantastic no-fault primer for those who want to start baking bread with a bread machine.