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Breakmaker Dilemma

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I need some help. My husband has yet to like any type of gluten free bread we have tried so I am on the hunt for the best gluten free breadmaker. Help! Any recommendations. I researched it but see so many conflicting ratings on products.

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i don't know how to spell it but i'll try...zojirushi (somebody correct me lol) is a really good bread maker, you can program it for gluten free bread, and yeah i really like it. :D

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I have the Cuisinart one. It has a gluten free setting (though I only use the white and wheat settings - they cook better!)

I recommend the cuisinart.

All you do is mix the wet ingredients fist, pout them into the pan. Then mix the dry ingreidents, add them on top of wet. Then add yeast. Hit the button and forget about for 3 hours or so.

Its been pretty good so far!

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I need some help. My husband has yet to like any type of gluten free bread we have tried so I am on the hunt for the best gluten free breadmaker. Help! Any recommendations. I researched it but see so many conflicting ratings on products.

I have the breadman plus, which also has a gluten free setting, though as with all machines I have used the white setting on medium crust seems to work the best, it also makes it in a more traditional loaf shape! The book it comes with has some really good recipes in it as well. As for a good bread that is a little different you could look at bob's red mill gluten-free whole grain mix. It has some mixed seeds, and such and is the only kind that my father will eat.

Hope that helps

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We have the Zojirushi and love it. Makes fantastic bread every time and it's so incredibly easy to use. I put in the ingredients (wet first, dry on top and then pour in the yeast), plug it in and push one button. Delicious bread in 3 hours and 20 minutes (and if you can't get to it right away, it stays warm for hours and is still wonderful). I got mine from Amazon.

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We also have the Breadman and I love it. It does have the gluten-free setting, but all the bread I made on that setting has been pretty soft in the middle, so I just use the regular 3 hour cycle and the bread comes out great!

My husband's favorite bread mix so far has been The Gluten Free Pantry's Favorite Sandwich Bread mix. You can get it for much less on amazon .com than you can in the sotre.

Good luck to you!

Kelly

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I have the cuisinart, and I love it. Just put it all together, scrape down the sides once, and forget it for a few hours. I use the gluten-free setting and it works fine for me.

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