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Cuisinart Bread Machine

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Hi Carol,

I ordered the Cuisinart Breadmaking machine within the past month; it was delivered a week ago and I told UPS to return it to sender (amazon .com). Why? . . . . #1) There are a lot of posts on this message board with homemade gluten-free bread "failing", and #2) I've always kneaded my own bread and enjoy that process. Figured if several others have already tried gluten-free, homemade bread and are having problems, that tells me perhaps I don't want to invest $100. in something that's going to be a challenge and end up not using the machine. On the positive side though, would like to hear from others who have mastered the "fine art" of gluten-free, homemade, breadmaking.

Dianna

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On the positive side though, would like to hear from others who have mastered the "fine art" of gluten-free, homemade, breadmaking.

Not sure I'd consider it mastered, but I have made bread in my machine with success. It does not have a gluten-free cycle, but they seem to do okay anyway. I tried the Gluten Free Pantry mix first. The taste was fine but it was a little airy at the top. I switched to the Bob's Red Mill mix and got a more consistent loaf, which I have used a number of times. I am going to try some the recipes that have been posted here but haven't had the time yet.

I did buy a new pan and paddle for my machine since I have a split household. It is clearly marked gluten-free and my family fears the wrath of a glutened woman, so they stay clear of it!!

I'm actually hoping for mine to break so that I can get the new one with the gluten-free cycle. I'm sure, of course, mine will continue to provide faith service for many years just to annoy me!! <_<<_<

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I actually have the machine and got it about a month ago and have made at least 4 loaves of bread already it is great I use the bob's red mill wonderful sandwhich mix and its great! I love the setting and I have also used a homemade recipe and both are out of this world I felt as though I was cheating!

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I actually have the machine and got it about a month ago and have made at least 4 loaves of bread already it is great I use the bob's red mill wonderful sandwhich mix and its great! I love the setting and I have also used a homemade recipe and both are out of this world I felt as though I was cheating!

Did you have a machine before to compare the new cycle?

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Yeah, I have the cuisinart. The only gluten-free loaf I've made BURNED and I took it out 8 mins early. I guess I had my loaf weight off and should have set it to light. The cuisinart makes really thick crusts. Bread turned out ok otherwise, it's not my breadmaker's fault that gluten-free bread is gross :P

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