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I think it depends on how clean you think you can get the machine and all its little crevices.  If you think you can clean all the gluten out of it, maybe make a batch of gluten-free bread that you don't eat?  To clean out the last bits of gluten dough?  


 

 

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I gave away my bread machine long ago as I preferred making it by hand (back when I was consuming gluten).  I suppose you can replaced those items that come into contact with the dough and you should be fine along with cleaning the lid cover and carefully cleaning the rest of it.   But, the purpose of the bread machine was to save time by not kneading manually.  Does your machine have an option to not knead?  gluten-free bread just requires a good mixing (hand mixer works) and then it is set aside to rise.  After rising, you dump it into the bread pan for another rising before placing it in the oven.  No kneading is required.  

 


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