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Zojirushi BB-CEC20 Home Bakery Supreme 2-Pound-Loaf Breadmaker, Black
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- Bakes a large traditional rectangular shaped 2-lb. loaf
- Quick baking cycle prepares breads in about 2 hours 13-hour delay timer
- Auto shut-off system for added safety
- Includes an easy-to-follow instruction video, manual and recipe booklet
- Measures approximately 17 x 8-1/2 x 12-1/4 inches
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Zojirushi Home Bakery Supreme 2-Pound-Loaf Breadmaker
Simplify Baking with the BB-CEC20
Zojirushi makes baking easy, quick and foolproof with our versatile Home Bakery Supreme Breadmaker in two stunning styles. This breadmaker will bake a whole 2-pound loaf of bread, and has menu courses for a variety of other cooking needs. Can you image the mouth-watering aroma of fresh baked bread in your home every day? Now you can choose the style that best matches your décor. From cinnamon-raisin bread for breakfast to buttery dinner rolls or garlic bread sticks to serve with dinner, this countertop appliance makes it easy to create delicious bakery-style artisan bread right at home. It can even be used to make homemade meatloaf, strawberry jam, chocolate cake, and more.
Easy to Use
Choose from three crust shades -- light, medium, or dark -- and from 10 pre-programmed settings that consist of Basic, Basic Wheat, Basic Dough, Quick, Quick Wheat, Quick Dough, Jam, Cake, Sour Dough Starter, and Home Made. Best of all, the machine's timer can be set to delay the end of the baking cycle by up to 13 hours, which makes it possible to wake up to the smell of freshly baked, homemade bread in the morning or to come home to a warm loaf at the end of a long day at the office. The bread maker provides two blades for thorough dough kneading and a higher rise, a large viewing window, an "on" indicator light, a start/reset button, and a removable nonstick bread pan for easy cleaning. A double-ended teaspoon/tablespoon measuring spoon, an 8-ounce measuring cup, and a user manual with a variety of recipes come included.
Bake a Variety of Recipes
It can even be used to make homemade meatloaf, strawberry jam, chocolate cake, and more. For a basic bread recipe, simply add in measured ingredients, close the lid, make a selection from the user-friendly LCD control panel, and the Home Bakery Supreme takes care of the rest--baking up a rectangular-shaped 2-pound loaf of bread to perfection.
Pre-programmed Baking Options
Breads, cakes and other menu options are pre-programmed. In certain models, you can also program your own cycles as well.
The extended kneading time helps knead heavier flour such as whole wheat and rye flour thoroughly.
Don't sweat over the stove stirring the pot; the Home Bakery will do it for you automatically. Enjoy preservatives and additive free jam all year round.
No need to get out the whisk or mixers; the Home Bakery will mix the ingredients AND automatically bake the cake for you.
The Home Made cycle allows you to program the knead, rise and bake times to create your own menu setting. It even lets the Home Bakery work like an oven and bake meatloaf in it!
Prepares dough for you to shape and bake in the oven. Enjoy fun recipes such as pizza, bagels, pretzels and cinnamon rolls.
Simplify Making Homemade Bread
Use Fresh Ingredients
First, prepare fresh ingredients. Quality of the finished bread will depend on ingredients used. Avoid mixing in old or stale ingredients.
Blades are especially important parts of the breadmakers. Make sure the blades are properly attached.
Next, measure ingredients accurately. The more accurate the measurements are, the better the finished bread will be. Rough measurements will result in a rough bread.
Add Ingredients in Order
Ingredients have lives. There are compatibilities among ingredients, too. Through trials and errors, we found a right order for adding ingredients. Please add in the order of liquids, powders, and yeast to be assured your bread comes out the way you want.
Finally, make sure to choose the right course setting.
Zojirushi's Home Bakery Supreme Features
Inner Cooking Pan
The bread maker provides two blades for thorough dough kneading and a higher rise that bakes a large traditional rectangular shaped 2 lb. loaf.
User-friendly LCD control panel
Select from three crust shades, 10 pre-programmed settings, and set the time timer.
Large Viewing window
The Zojirushi Home Bakery Supreme features a large viewing window to watch the progess.
- Nonstick coated baking pan for easy cleaning
- Sour Dough Starter function prepares a light sourdough starter in a little over 2 hours
- Quick baking cycle prepares breads in about 2 hours
- 13 hour delay timer
- Auto shut-off system for added safety
- Includes an easy-to-follow instruction DVD, manual and recipe booklet
- Menu settings include: Basic, Quick, Wheat, Dough, Jam, Cake, Sourdough Starter, 3 Home Made Menus
- 10-minute power failure back-up
- Bakes a large traditional rectangular shaped 2-lb. loaf
- Exclusive Home Made Menu function includes 3 memory settings
Top Customer Reviews
I had my doubts, however, that a machine could replace all I was learning to do...
Here are some highlights of why I chose this machine initially then I'll get down to what I know about it now having used it non-stop:
I had no intention of pulling a bread machine in and out of the cabinet each week so I knew for sure, if it was going to sit countertop, it needed to be stainless.
I knew I wanted the shape of this loaf. Most turn out looking like an odd rocket with the top of the loaf on one of the small sides of the rectangle which screams "odd bread machine loaf" and every slice except the first few is all square edges. This machine actually bakes a loaf that makes it look like it came from a real bread pan. Not only do I prefer the soft top and crusty edges on each slice more, but it looks beautiful if you are entertaining and serve it or offer to bring bread at a potluck.
Now, here's what I know now:
It also has a setting to make meatloaf
It DOES have a homemade course in case you want to totally change the settings for a loaf. You can program every single thing it does longer or shorter if you have some recipe of your own that you want to knead longer or shorter, sise longer or shorter, etc etc.
It has a cycle to help you make sourdough starter...just the starter with the recipe!
It has a cake setting and cake recipes. We made a great chocolate cake...love this for entertaining. I can make it prepare a warm dessert while I am busy with guests and the house smells amazing!
It has a jam course to very easily make homemade jam for the bread for you!
It has a dough course so you can let it do the hard stuff then you can shape the dough into a pizza, rolls, chiabatta, cinnamon rolls, soft pretzels, etc.
It has a setting especially for wheat bread to make it perfectly
It has a quick loaf setting that makes bread in 2 hours 18 min or the regular basic bread setting that makes it and bakes it in 3 hours 45 min.
Now some other goodies:
TWO KNEADING ARMS:
I have had a bread machine before with one tiny kneading arm but, let's face it, it's like kneading bread with one arm. This, when you look through the window, truly looks like the motions you'd use on your own as it has two kneading paddles rather than one.
NO TEFLON, BUT STILL NON-STICK: Fortunately, with all the reports on Teflon, they did not use a Teflon coating for this pan. (Someone said in an older review that theirs did...either they have updated the machine and removed it or the reviewer just thought it was due to it being non-stick. My manual says it is not Teflon and as a chef who avoids it, it's obviously not. I know what Teflon looks like even if someone tried to sneak it in.
There is no dark Teflon coating.) However, it's extremely non-stick and I usually merely only need to brush away a few crumbs after use. I've never had to put it in the dishwasher.
SIZE OF LOAF:
This makes a 2 lb loaf...or less. If you need more bread, it has the capacity. But I often use recipes for smaller loaves too. It gives you option. If I make a 2 lb loaf I get a great size slice that fills me up for breakfast with one slice. Also, on my old bread maker I used to have years ago, sometimes the dough would rise too high, spill over the edge and burn, this extra capacity allows for lots of rising!
It beeps near the start of the loaf to tell you you can add in raisins, nuts, etc. At this time I often add in cheese chunks. That way they don't totally melt in the preheating stage and I get some amazong jalapeno cheese bread with some bigger pieces of cheese in it.
It allows you to choose if you want your crust to be light, dark, or medium.
So bottom line...we are a two chef household. Big bakers. I've reviewed a few bread making cookbooks on Amazon this past year when I was in my bread making phase doing everything by hand...
what a waste of time! I love this machine!
My favorite thing to do is use the timer cycle. I can put my ingredients in in the morning and have it set to greet me with a warm loaf as I walk in the door from work in the evening.
But what if I work late?
It automatically keeps the loaf warm for 30 minutes if you don't take it out when it's done!
This is also great for the best way to wake up in the morning...set it at night, go to sleep and wake up to homemade bread for breakfast. If I sleep in? It stays hot.
For dinner parties I can plop the ingredients in that morning and work on prep for the meal and when guests arrive a hot loaf is timed for dinner...always a hit.
PAYS FOR ITSELF OVER TIME:
We no longer buy hamburger and hotdog buns either. This MAKES a burger as the taste of homemade buns has no equal, even if it's a portobello burger it takes good! We used to buy a loaf or two a week of bread that was "blah". Baking a loaf is dirt cheap and makes for a very cheap breakfast or snack to when enjoying a slice. And if you never want to buy a bread machine cookbook or cookbooks like I did, search the internet...tons of recipes for bread machines free! Plus, we have friends who trade us stuff like eggplant or super sweet tomatoes they grew for a loaf of bread after I got them hooked.
This shocks me how perfect the loaf is each time.
ok, so I am a raving fan...if I had to choose again, I'd pick the same one. We cook bread of some kind 2 times per week and I haven't had a bad loaf yet.
The great thing is that there are so many bread machine cookbooks that you don't have to bake the same loaf twice. Honey wheat one day, beer bread the next, dill bread, jalapeno cheese bread, sour cream bread, cottage cheese bread, Anadama, roasted red pepper...any plain sandwich becomes new for us.
It all slides out, there isnt any. And it came with a measuring spoon and cup which pretty much covers all measurements so you don't have but two of those to wash afterwards either.
Like my old machine, you need to be sure to pull off the two kneading paddles if any remnants of the loaf remained under them after baking, also the paddle can come off in the loaf like any machine...same old negatives I had before which aren't a big deal, but just be sure you don't do what I did once and bake a loaf for someone who was sick and I delivered it to them with the paddle still protruding from the botoom. With a little twist it comes out.
Conclusion: I'm coming home to a Graham bread today...made with graham flour. As usual, it's a recipe I haven't had before. I have enough bread recipes to last a loaf a day if I wanted. Always baked perfect. Love the machine.
AND I've made loaves with very low fat margarine and they are great! YOu can actually lower the calories of your bread but still maintain that homemade yeasty taste I couldn't get with store bread.
Note: if your dough didn't rise or there were flour crumbs the following can cause that in any bread maker. It only happened once to me here when my yeast was old. Replaced the yeast and no problem:
1. Old yeast. Even if kept in the freezer eventually it will die.
3. Using regular flour rather than bread flour (you can use regular flour IF you add 3-4 tablespoons of gluten)
4. Not adding ingredients in the order told to (if water touches yeast it will kill it)
5. Cutting back on the amount of sugar or salt in the recipe so the yeast can't rise
6. Old flour
Any other old ingredients in recipes calling for something like baking powder or baking soda
Substituting type of yeast (quick rise and regular require measuring adjustments. They don't measure the same)
All these are explained in the directions.
Incidentally you can substitutJe many things. I use olive oil rather than butter for example in all my loaves. Measure the same amount.
Update after a couple of months. I thought I could replace the bearings and I took it appart, guess what? there are no bearings, so basically they designed this device to fail! We used it on a regular basis 3-4 time per week. Would they have put earring in there or slightly changed the design we could have used it for another couple of years or replace the bearings four a couple of dollars. But no! you need to buy a new baking pan instead and spend 80$! Shame on them!!!
As I closed-in on retirement (kids all left), I started to experiment with Bread Machines.
Over the last 10 years I have went through (at least) a dozen machines, all purchased at 2nd hand stores for $12 or less.
Only one machine broke. The rest were (or.. appeared to be) better models.
I eventually moved up to (the elusive) double paddles machines with lots of buttons.
This Winter I decided it was time to treat myself.
After much research, I bought a brand new Zojirushi BB-CEC20.
After the first week I was.... underwhelmed.
It did less then I had expected (dreamed of).
The bread I normally make contains a ½ cup of a mixture of...
12 Grain Cereal
Soaked over night in 1 cup water
This plays havoc with the moisture and the bread machines ability to cope with that.
Then I discovered the Home Made cycle, and the Zojirushi website.
Using the Home Made cycle I was able to adjust all the cooking/kneading times and now produce a well baked loaf every time.
I have went on to program a 2nd cycle that I use to make Noodle Dough or (over night) Yeast Waffles.
All-in-All..... I am very happy with my (pricey) new addition to my Kitchen.
If all you're making is the occasional Basic White Loaf..... then go to the 2nd hand store.
If you make all your own bread, and make a truly Healthy Loaf.... buy a Zojirushi BB-CEC20